Interviews

Latest video interviews.


Taking a deep dive into the dynamics of a troubled marriage without intruding on the drama: interview with Robert Machoian, writer/director/editor of ‘The Killing of Two Lovers’

“For me in cinema the micro-actions are as critical as the larger actions.”. Director Robert Machoian discusses the making and ...
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Strong script, dedicated cast and test screenings helped fast-track the making of Australian family drama ‘Streamline’ : interview with producer Blake Northfield

“Producing is just full-time problem solving. It’s being given something that most people are saying ‘it really can’t be done’ ...
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Not all of the great stories uncovered for ‘Under the Volcano’ made the cut: interview with director Gracie Otto & producer Cody Greenwood

‘Under the Volcano’ director Gracie Otto (left) and producer Cody Greenwood: “The whole thing was just totally mental. I don’t ...
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Making the low-budget drama ‘Cousins’ involved, spirit, community, culture and saying “F.U.” to the establishment: interview with co-directors Ainsley Gardiner & Briar Grace-Smith

High Spirits: co-directors Ainsley Gardiner (left) and Briar Grace-Smith. Says Gardiner: “There is a hierarchical structure that relies on a ...
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The making of his first feature film ‘June Again’ presented a steeper learning curve than writer/director JJ Winlove expected: interview

“To be able to just switch off that part of my brain and just focus on the directing was such ...
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Beyond the Placemats – the sprawling new art exhibition ‘She-oak and Sunlight’ celebrates the classics while deepening our understanding of Australian Impressionism and rebranding ‘The Heidelberg School’

Saved: ‘Spring’ by Arthur Streeton is one of the classic Australian paintings reclaimed by Michael Varcoe-Cocks, Associate Director of Conservation ...
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Finding joy and human connection amidst all his mud-slinging from that bleak, lonely place: Andrew Wolfe review & interview MICF 2021

“I just like to be the cynic, the jaded, vile antagonist; I don’t think we’ve made the best use of ...
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Emo smoothly delivers confronting comedy without the need to be confronting in ‘Black Santa’: review & interview – MICF 2021

“My comedy is to bring people together, not to divide.” – Emo. Black Santa by Emo – review & interview ...
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