In this episode, host Eden Caceda is joined by film critic James Fletcher to talk about the first trailer of Blonde with Ana de Armas, the new Lord of the Rings animated film and Joker 2 set to star Lady Gaga as a musical(?!) Plus, hear James' recommendation for the week. Then Eden chats with Australian actor Luke Bracey about his start as an actor, moving to the US, unforgettable career moment, and how he came home to film Baz Luhrmann's Elvis and Interceptor for Netflix.
In this episode, Eden Caceda is joined by comedian and film head Gen Fricker to talk about Maggie Beer’s trip to Italy coming to the screen, Frank Ocean’s new project with A24 and Bong Joon-Ho casting an Aussie in his new space flick. Plus hear Gen’s recommendation for the week. Then Eden chats with former marine and documentarian Emile Ghesson on filming in conflict zones across the world, his latest project in Ukraine, the anguish of capturing violent footage and how he elevates voices in his latest film 45 Days: The Fight for a Nation, to be screened at the Armenian Film Festival.
In this episode, host Eden Caceda is joined by film critic James Fletcher to talk about the new Australian productions commissioned by Disney+ in Australia and Ocean's Eleven and A League of Extraordinary Gentlemen reboots. Then Eden chats with Western Australian writer and director Renee Webster on her TVC career, how she filmed during the pandemic and created a sexy and meaningful story and box office surprise with How To Please A Woman.
In the 10th episode of the podcast, Eden chats with co-directors Alastair Fothergill OBE and Jeff Wilson about their careers as nature documentarians, the newest tech helping them capture incredible scenes and their newest film Polar Bear on Disney+.
Eden chats with Australian actress Olivia Stambouliah on her role as Voula in Packed to the Rafters, moving to Hollywood, being cast in The Walking Dead and the scariest part about being on the set of Michael Bay's new action film Ambulance.
In this episode, Eden chats with Ivan Sen about becoming a screenwriter and director, learning special effects off Youtube, turning Mystery Road into a TV series and his newest film Loveland, starring Ryan Kwanten and Hugo Weaving, filmed in five locations in under thirty days.
In this episode, host Eden Caceda chats with director and documentarian Bentley Dean on his Oscar nomination for Tanna, the ethics of being a documentarian and his newest film Facing Monsters.
Eden is joined by James Fletcher to discuss the newly announced Aziz Ansari project with Bill Murray, revelations of on-set drama on Mad Max: Fury Road and the newly announced Oscars hosts. Then, Eden chats with Daisy Wenham on his long film career, being noticed on the street, 'the biggest seismic shift' he's seen in the industry and his new position as patron of the 2022 Alliance Francaise French Film Festival.
Eden is joined by James Fletcher to discuss Aussie films playing at the South by Southwest Film Festival, why the new Baz Luhrmann film is called Elvis (apart from the obvious) and he caps it off by chatting with Damien Power, who follows up his Aussie Sundance hit Killing Ground with US thriller No Exit, shot in New Zealand, and streaming now on Disney+.
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