Interviews

Latest video interviews.


‘The Dry’ aims to connect after delays and despite COVID-19: interview with actor/producer Eric Bana & director Robert Connolly

Actor Eric Bana & director Robert Connolly discuss their new film The Dry, based on the best-selling novel by Jane ...
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Using a crime-thriller to confront the tough issues mainstream films avoid – interview with writer/director John Marco Lopez

“It’s like the old saying ‘it takes a village to raise a child’; I feel the same way about independent ...
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Taking a deep dive into the one-man free music movement and the disruption it causes; interview with director Ryan Camarda

“I was trying to shoot for the moon even though the budget was really low for this kind of thing.” ...
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Holding returned Jihadists to account demands looking at both sides of the story says Serhat Caradee, writer/director of ‘A Lion Returns’

Writer/director Serhat Caradee: “Pursuing violence to achieve peace is not a way to go.” The story of a terrorist who ...
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An uncertain post-lockdown movie market greets the plush new 15-screen Pentridge Cinema complex in Coburg; interview with Ben Zeccola, Palace Cinemas CEO

As host to the new Palace cinemas, the former Pentridge prison is now the place escape to, not from. Irony ...
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Avoiding easy-to-digest cliches, director Pip Kelly aims to honestly portray of a person with disability in ‘Thomas Banks’ Quest for Love’

“Definitely there are some moments in this film that might be challenging for people to watch.” – Director Pip Kelly ...
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Androids, controversy & the Streisand effect: director Sandra Wollner speaks frankly about the fuss over ‘The Trouble With Being Born’

“I was searching for a non-human perspective.” – Director Sandra Wollner. By any fair measure, the thoughtfulness and artistry of ...
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How ‘Red Dog’ producer Nelson Woss was transformed by his canine star and became the unwitting star of ‘Koko: a Red Dog Story’

“We never thought our audience were cinephiles, we thought our audience were dog lovers.” – producer Nelson Woss. The highly ...
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“It’s not rocket science.” – Caroline Goodall talks about writing and producing her first film ‘The Bay of Silence’

“You’re so aware as an actor that every minute is money.” – actress/writer/producer Caroline Goodall. Based on the 1986 novel ...
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Test screenings helped shape ‘Never Too Late’, a star-spangled comedy with a serious subtext and a message to the industry: Mark Lamprell interview

Mark Lamprell: “I wanted the actors to play it, not for the laughs, but for the truth of the moment, ...
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