Christopher Atkins: The Grey Lagoon

Christopher Atkins: The Grey Lagoon

He sprung into everyone’s consciousness back in 1980 in the surprise hit The Blue Lagoon, and next you will be seeing Christopher Atkins strip (and act) in 2019 in the stage show, Ladies Night.
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Mathieu Amalric: Sinking and Swimming

Mathieu Amalric: Sinking and Swimming

The enigmatic French actor/director is part of the A-list ensemble in fellow actor/director Gilles Lellouche’s uplifting dramedy, Sink or Swim.
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Nicholas Wrathall: Mining for Truth in the Wild West

Nicholas Wrathall: Mining for Truth in the Wild West

We spoke to writer/director Nicholas Wrathall about his impactful and eye-opening documentary Undermined – Tales from the Kimberley.
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<em>The Nothing Men</em>: Something Special

The Nothing Men: Something Special

Now available on OzFlix, we take a look back at the difficult path taken to the screen by the uncompromising Australian drama, The Nothing Men, starring Colin Friels, David Field and Martin Dingle-Wall.
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Casey Affleck: <i>Light of my Life</i>

Casey Affleck: Light of my Life

The writer/director/producer/star sat down in Berlin with FilmInk to discuss his inspirations for the film, from Mad Max to his own kids.
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Robert Rodriguez: Battle Angel

Robert Rodriguez: Battle Angel

With all reports pointing to a box office disappointment, it looks like James Cameron [pictured with Rodriguez and producer Jon Landau] may have dodged a bullet when he passed Alita: Battle Angel for Robert Rodriguez to direct. But the Tex-Mex filmmaker wouldn’t have it any other way.
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George Basha: Fighting Back With <em>The Combination Redemption</em>

George Basha: Fighting Back With The Combination Redemption

Writer/star, George Basha, delivers another crunching cinematic body blow with the tough and uncompromising The Combination Redemption.
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Julian Schnabel: Catching the Breath and the Light

Julian Schnabel: Catching the Breath and the Light

Artist, art world mover and shaker, storyteller, Julian Schnabel is all of that and more, which he put into his latest film, At Eternity’s Gate.
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Stuart McBratney: Post-National Filmmaker

Stuart McBratney: Post-National Filmmaker

We chatted with the Australian filmmaker about the 7-episode TV series Back in the Soviet Bloc, which premieres on SBS this month.
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Darko Štante: <i>Consequences</i> of Masculinity

Darko Štante: Consequences of Masculinity

In his debut feature film Consequences, Slovenian director Darko Štante tackles sexuality and issues of masculinity through the lives of troubled teens.
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Jason Reitman: Politics of <i>The Front Runner</i>

Jason Reitman: Politics of The Front Runner

Before he was in the eye of the storm himself for directing the upcoming Ghostbusters reboot, the filmmaker spoke to us about his love letter to ‘70s filmmaking, The Front Runner starring ‘our own’, Hugh Jackman.
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