Laura Bispuri and Alba Rohrwacher: United Again

Laura Bispuri and Alba Rohrwacher: United Again

Following a successful collaboration on Sworn Virgin three years earlier, Italian filmmaker Laura Bispuri and actress Alba Rohrwacher are creating again with Daughter of Mine. Danny Peary reports from the Tribeca Film Festival.
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James Schamus: Making A Change With <em>Indignation</em>

James Schamus: Making A Change With Indignation

With the recent death of novelist Philip Roth, we re-present our interview with James Schamus, who made his directorial debut with the Roth adaptation, Indignation.
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Flying <em>Solo</em>: Ron Howard and the Cast Talk About the Latest <em>Star Wars Story</em>

Flying Solo: Ron Howard and the Cast Talk About the Latest Star Wars Story

Director Ron Howard and stars Alden Ehrenreich, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, and Joonas Suotamo talk about the early adventures of the galaxy's greatest pilot.
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Ryan Corr: Riding with the <em>1%</em>

Ryan Corr: Riding with the 1%

Aussie actor Ryan Corr (Hacksaw Ridge, Holding the Man) discusses his latest role in the gritty bikie drama, 1%.
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Old Gringo: Nash Edgerton Finally makes another Feature

Old Gringo: Nash Edgerton Finally makes another Feature

It's been a decade since one of our best short film makers made the under-appreciated Australian feature The Square, and now comes the equally under-appreciated sophomore feature with the American Gringo.
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Yolanda Ramke: Precious <i>Cargo</i>

Yolanda Ramke: Precious Cargo

With Cargo co-director Yolanda Ramke talks about how her little zombie movie with a big heart grew into a feature.
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<i>Trench</i>: Melbourne’s Own Long Goodbye

Trench: Melbourne’s Own Long Goodbye

Film production collective Cinema Viscera’s first feature film mines film noir to explore toxic masculinity on the streets of Melbourne.
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Dark Man: Pete Murray On Acting Debut <em>Thicker Than Water</em>

Dark Man: Pete Murray On Acting Debut Thicker Than Water

Pete Murray on the challenges of playing ex-heroin addict ‘D’ in the local independent drama.
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Sophie Kennedy Clark and Sam Gittins: we all must OBEY whatever the government says

Sophie Kennedy Clark and Sam Gittins: we all must OBEY whatever the government says

The rising stars discuss their latest roles in the new British film, Obey, which is inspired by the 2011 London riots.
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Bearing Witness: The Shoah Foundation’s The Girl and the Picture

Bearing Witness: The Shoah Foundation’s The Girl and the Picture

The Shoah Foundation isn’t just about the Jewish Holocaust, as The Girl and the Picture, which premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival, attests. And it even has a strong Australian connection.
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Phil Grabsky: Putting Art on the Big Screen

Phil Grabsky: Putting Art on the Big Screen

Prolific filmmaker Phil Grabsky – the English Ken Burns if you will – talks about his Exhibition on Screen initiative, and its latest instalment David Hockney at The Royal Academy of Arts.
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