Ilai Swindells: Roaring Loud With <em>100% Wolf</em>

Ilai Swindells: Roaring Loud With 100% Wolf

Comic, actor and radio presenter Ilai Swindells hits the sound booth for leading voice duties on the charming Aussie animated flick 100% Wolf.
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Virginie Efira: Doing Anything for <i>Sibyl</i>

Virginie Efira: Doing Anything for Sibyl

The Belgian actress reteams with director Justine Triet for Sibyl, and teases us with what to expect from Paul Verhoeven’s Benedetta, which will premiere at Cannes 2021.
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Richard Sowada Takes a Step Forward with The St. Kilda Film Festival

Richard Sowada Takes a Step Forward with The St. Kilda Film Festival

In his first year as Festival Director, Richard Sowada has had more than a few hurdles to jump with this year’s St. Kilda Film Festival.
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<i>The Vast of Night</i>: There’s Something in the Sky

The Vast of Night: There’s Something in the Sky

The Slamdance Film Festival runs concurrently with Sundance and is committed to unearthing new filmmaking talent. This was very much the case with Andrew Patterson, 37, who has emerged as a filmmaker to watch with his debut feature, the moody sci-fi drama The Vast of Night.
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Greig Fraser: Shooting A Galaxy Far, Far Away…

Greig Fraser: Shooting A Galaxy Far, Far Away…

Aussie cinematographer Greig Fraser has crafted stunning imagery for The Mandalorian and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
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Gregor Jordan: Dishing the <i>Dirt Music</i>

Gregor Jordan: Dishing the Dirt Music

Following last week’s launch of the trailer for the much-anticipated new adaptation of Tim Winton’s classic, we spoke with the film’s director Gregor Jordan about making his first Australian film since the one-two punch of 1999's Two Hands and 2003’s Ned Kelly.
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What to Expect when the Sydney Film Festival goes Virtual

What to Expect when the Sydney Film Festival goes Virtual

We spoke with Festival Director Nashen Moodley ahead of the full program announcement on Wednesday.
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Joshua Weinstein: Shooting Hoops

Joshua Weinstein: Shooting Hoops

So, how do you shoot a show for Quibi? We spoke with the cinematographer behind their potential breakout hit, Blackballed.
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David Parker: Career Opportunities

David Parker: Career Opportunities

Despite COVID-19 restrictions, Aussie writer, director, producer and cinematographer David Parker (Malcolm, Diana & Me) has just uploaded a new short film called Isolation Restaurant [made with life partner and frequent collaborator Nadia Tass] online for free. We chat to him about his long and winding career.
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Kacie Anning: Ready to <i>Upload</i>

Kacie Anning: Ready to Upload

We spoke with the Australian filmmaker who makes her US debut on Prime’s hit comedy, Upload, from the creator of The Office (US), Parks & Recreation, King of the Hill and the upcoming Space Force.
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Seann William Scott: The Dark Side of Life

Seann William Scott: The Dark Side of Life

Bloodline is the latest film from Blumhouse, the home of The Conjuring Franchise and The Invisible Man. A tale of family and bloodletting, we chewed the fat with its start, Seann William Scott, to talk all things murderous.
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