A Glimpse Inside a VR Mind

A Glimpse Inside a VR Mind

Alongside Exquisite Corpse, another VR experience is catching eyes in the interactive section at MIFF this year – Mind at War – the new project developed by director and interactive designer Sutu, and internationally leading VR producer RYOT.
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Kate Mulvany Emerging

Kate Mulvany Emerging

One of Australia’s best kept secrets, Kate Mulvany is the beating heart of the socially aware comedy, The Merger.
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Jon M. Chu: Crazy Talented

Jon M. Chu: Crazy Talented

Best known for his sequels to Step Up, GI Joe and Now You See Me, the young director makes his own mark with the highly anticipated Crazy Rich Asians.
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James McAvoy: Going Deep With <em>Submergence</em>

James McAvoy: Going Deep With Submergence

With Submergence in cinemas now, we take a deep dive into the richly diverse career of leading man, James McAvoy.
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What Hath <em>Game of Thrones</em> Wrought? Fantasy TV Past, Present, and Future

What Hath Game of Thrones Wrought? Fantasy TV Past, Present, and Future

HBO's Game of Thrones might be the biggest fantasy TV series ever, but there are other worlds and other times...
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Amandla Stenberg: Dangerous Mind

Amandla Stenberg: Dangerous Mind

In The Darkest Minds, the young actress plays a teenager on the run from the government after gaining superpowers.
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Penny Smallacombe: It’s 2018 and It’s OUR TIME

Penny Smallacombe: It’s 2018 and It’s OUR TIME

The Head of the Indigenous Department at Screen Australia, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, calls it how she sees it.
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Miranda Nation: Caught in the <em>Undertow</em>

Miranda Nation: Caught in the Undertow

Sex, obsession, and football collide in the debut feature from Miranda Nation, screening from tonight at the Melbourne International Film Festival.
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<em>Eliza Taylor: Thumper 101</em>

Eliza Taylor: Thumper 101

We speak with Melbourne-born Eliza Taylor, who has been the lead of The 100 for 6 years, and now stars in the indie thriller Thumper, he first lead role in a US film.
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Susanna Fogel: Action Stations

Susanna Fogel: Action Stations

Writer/director Susanna Fogel brings the explosions and the laughs with The Spy Who Dumped Me, which stars Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon.
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Lost In Translation: From Page To Screen

Lost In Translation: From Page To Screen

Upon the release of Wim Wenders' Submergence (adapted from J.M Ledgard's acclaimed novel) we look at a whole shelf of books that changed significantly in their journey from page to screen.
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