Interviews

Latest video interviews.


Spinning comedy gold from her own quarter-life crisis for ‘Hot Mess’: interview with writer/director Lucy Coleman

“I really like this Charlie Kaufman quote: What is unique to you is specific to everyone.” Based in Sydney, Lucy ...
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Not just another kung fu movie – writer/director Bao Tran talks about his funny & unusual martial arts film ‘The Paper Tigers’

“There were many studios that were interested, but unfortunately they came with caveats such as changing the race of our ...
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Beyond Max – Veteran Joanne Samuel discusses her new film and early TV career: “We saw the best of it. I felt so blessed to be there.”

The muse of Max: Joanne Samuel as she appeared in the original ‘Mad Max’. Jessie Rockatansky now takes her place ...
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Going 15 rounds with the boxing movie formula: an interview with the directors and producer of ‘In Full Bloom’

Co-directors Adam VillaSenor & Reza Ghassemi on the set of ‘In Full Bloom’. Since its completion last year the boxing ...
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Detailing the depths of the remarkable short film ‘Tâm’ – an interview with writer/director Nora Niasari about how and why she made it

“Frankly, I think there’s a lot of untold stories from women, especially women of colour, that are very much buried ...
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Revealing the frosty truths about women in science in ‘The Leadership’: Interview with director Ili Baré

“We didn’t know how it was all going to go onboard. Things definitely took a direction that we didn’t expect ...
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Patriotism and anger at Big Data drives hot-button documentary ‘Coded Bias’ – Interview with director Shalini Kantayya (plus review)

“The stuff Google and Facebook know about us makes the East German Stasi look cute.” CODED BIAS **** (84 minutes) ...
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The Upside of the CV-19 Lockdown – Interview with comedian, actress & voiceover artist Katie Reddin-Clancy

“I’ve been extremely lucky with the Coronavirus. I had this luxury of focused time to write.” The Coronavirus restrictions have ...
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Striving for social impact through drama – Flavio Alves on the battles behind ‘The Garden Left Behind’

Director Flavio Alves: “I became a filmmaker because I was attracted to the dream that I could make a difference ...
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Wrestling with life’s big questions on a small scale in ‘The Bestowal’ – interview with writer/director Andrew de Burgh

“L.A. is definitely a superficial city. There’s a lot of nice, down-to-earth, genuine people but there’s also a dark, materialistic, ...
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