Horror fans have described Thanksgiving as the best horror movie never made. Until now.
FilmInk salutes the work of creatives who have never truly received the credit that they deserve. In this installment: screenwriter Robert Dillon, who penned Prime Cut and The French Connection II.
One of the founders of recently launched artist studio Junior Major, used a forward-thinking course, Master of Arts Screen: Business (MASB) at the Australian Film Television and Radio School [AFTRS] to road test her intuition that the business had legs.
Director Francis Lawrence and Producer Nina Jacobson discuss the making of prequel, Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes.
Director Guy Nattiv (Skin) and star Helen Mirren discuss their tragically timely film, Golda.
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.
The emerging filmmaker’s teenage years provided a plethora of stories, much of them riddled with violence.
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FilmInk salutes the work of creatives who have never truly received the credit that they deserve. In this installment: screenwriter Irene Kamp, who penned The Beguiled and Paris Blue.
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.