When Australian production company Painting in Pictures was approached by Elon Musk’s XPrize with a proposition to create a documentary for a Carbon Removal Challenge featuring the WhaleX team, filmmaking duo Kirsty B Carter and Joe Harrison were enthusiastic to get on board.
… weaves a spellbinding portrait of love and perseverance.
… balances the sport sequences and the social justice elements well – not a typical football doco and yet not a polemic as such.
“Separate the art from the artist” is a phrase that regularly gets brought up when it comes to good or even great artists who have less-than-ideal lives outside of their work. Not so often with the opposite situation, where a good or even great person has created works that are… let’s be gentle and say “divisive”. Ideally, one shouldn’t have …
For anyone interested in the music industry, or how power can corrupt young, innocent people, Milli Vanilli is essential viewing.
Another lacklustre weekend at the box office, led by The Marvels; audiences must have confused things and stayed home to watch cat videos instead! But seriously, when the highest screen average for a general release is for a reissue of a 40-year-old musical doco, you cannot blame doomsayers for saying that there’s a serious problem with cinema.
… rich in insight and includes truly great sounds.
Within a couple of years of arriving in Australia from Malaysia, Indrani Kopal, a teacher and filmmaker is excited about the opportunities ahead of her after commencing Master of Arts Screen: Business at AFTRS.
Made during film school, the emerging director’s hybrid documentary Enemy Alien has been embraced by the festival circuit, both at home, and now abroad.
With his decade in the making documentary Kaugere: A Place Where Nobody Enters, the distinguished photographer brings his ethos to filmmaking.