Robbie Studsor: Firing Up <em>Burning Kiss</em>

Robbie Studsor: Firing Up Burning Kiss

Writer/director Robbie Studsor has crafted a highly original and visually audacious Aussie noir thriller with the eye popping Burning Kiss.
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Philippe Platel: Bonjour, Merci and Au Revoir

Philippe Platel: Bonjour, Merci and Au Revoir

In his fourth, and final Alliance Française French Film Festival, the Artistic Director opens up about his tenure as the head of the largest Festival dedicated to French films in the world.
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Julian Shaw: Goes Deep And Dark With <em>Use Me</em>

Julian Shaw: Goes Deep And Dark With Use Me

Actor/director Julian Shaw mixes it up with online humiliatrix Ceara Lynch in his compelling docu-thriller Use Me.
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Kristofer Hivju: Uphill from <i>Game of Thrones</i>

Kristofer Hivju: Uphill from Game of Thrones

We caught up with the Norwegian actor who is a crucial connecting element of cult film Force Majeure and its American remake Downhill.
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<i>Undertow</i>: Miranda Nation and Laura Gordon

Undertow: Miranda Nation and Laura Gordon

Writer/Director Miranda Nation and star Laura Gordon open up about the new Australian film, Undertow.
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<i>Stateless</i>: A Swing Set with no Swings

Stateless: A Swing Set with no Swings

Last night, Stateless co-creators Cate Blanchett, Tony Ayres and Elise McCredie, as well as some of the cast, took the mic at the Q&A following the Berlinale world premiere of the six-part series that airs on the ABC from Sunday.
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Peter Renzullo: Seeing the Light

Peter Renzullo: Seeing the Light

Being legally blind hasn’t stopped the Perth filmmaker from aiming for the stars, shooting a slick trailer for his upcoming feature film, Skylight – Caroline’s Tale.
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On <i>The Set</i> with Roger Ward

On The Set with Roger Ward

40 years after it was initially released in cinemas, one of Australia’s first LGBT films enters the digital universe with a premium DVD and digital release. To celebrate, we spoke with Roger Ward, best known as an actor, who wrote the novel and the screenplay for The Set.
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Leigh Whannell: <i>The Invisible Man</i> interview

Leigh Whannell: The Invisible Man interview

We speak with the writer/director about what makes something scary, praying to the movie gods and reinventing 100+ year old monsters.
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Guillaume Canet’s Belle Epoque

Guillaume Canet’s Belle Epoque

The actor/director is in a very good place in his life, about to embark on his most ambitious film yet, and with three films playing at the 2020 Alliance Francais French Film Festival.
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Sharon Horgan: Scared of Singing

Sharon Horgan: Scared of Singing

Establishing a reputation as a gifted writer/actor with TV shows Pulling and Catastrophe, Horgan is now acting in other people’s films, with the latest the crowd-pleasing Military Wives.
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