At Sydney Film Festival, Jeremy Elphick caught up with with Rusudan Glurijidze to talk about filming conflict, bringing the work together, and the reception it has received back home.
At Sydney Film Festival, Jeremy Elphick speaks to Anocha Suwichakornpong about how her relationship with her film has changed since its world premiere in Locarno last year.
Blythe Worthy and Megan Nash speak with curator Susan Charlton about her work on the Feminism & Film program at Sydney Film Festival this year.
At Sydney Film Festival, Lidiya Josifova caught up with Teona Strugar Mitevska to talk about the socio-political and economic issues plaguing Macedonia, achieving emotional authenticity in her work, and the avenues for the distribution of Macedonian cinema.
At Sydney Film Festival, Jeremy Elphick caught up with Kirsten Tan to talk about Pop Aye, the process behind filming the work, and her career as a filmmaker refusing to remain stagnant.
Jeremy Elphick talks with WOLF AND SHEEP director Shahrbanoo Sadat about the relationship between her history and her cinema, movements that have inspired her, and how she feels Afghanistan has been portrayed on screen.
At the Sydney Film Festival, Virat Nehru caught up with director Shubhashish Bhutiani to talk about his film Hotel Salvation and the growing trend of Indian films focused on small towns.
We spoke with directors Arash Kamali Sarvestani and Behrouz Boochani about their groundbreaking Manus Island documentary Chauka, Please Tell Us The Time.
Jessica Ellicott chats to Valeska Grisebach about her 2017 Cannes-premiering film WESTERN, her first film in 10 years since her remarkable debut feature LONGING.
Alex Heller-Nicholas talks with author Franck Boulègue about the phenomenon of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks — and our ongoing fascination with the series.