We spoke to filmmaker and UCLA academic Kristy Guevara-Flanagan about her short What Happened to Her, TV crime fiction and feminist cinema.
Kirsten Johnson’s documentary collage Cameraperson is one of the most interesting non-fiction works to hit Australian screens in years. We spoke to Johnson ahead of the film’s run at ACMI in Melbourne.
We speak to the inimitable auteur about the interplay of the virtual and the physical that propels our connected world.
We spoke to NFSA Film Curator Sally Jackson about the year-long restoration project of THREE DAYS TO LIVE, a 1924 Frank Capra-edited and titled film once thought to be lost.
In our second conversation with George Gittoes, we talked to the director about receiving the Sydney Peace Prize, his most recent work, and his future relationship with the city of Jalalabad.
We spoke to director Sonia Kennebeck about the challenges of shooting her intimate feature debut on America’s drone warfare in the Middle East.
We speak to Oscar-winning director Michaël Dudok de Wit about his feature debut, collaborating with Studio Ghibli and finding the film’s identity.
We speak to Thorsten Schütte, director of EAT THAT QUESTION, about his lifelong appreciation of Frank Zappa and the process of documenting his life and worldview exclusively through archival footage.
We spoke to Jai Love, the Sydney-based director of DEAD HANDS DIG DEEP, about the documentary’s iconic subject, death-rock frontman Edwin Borsheim, and the process of investigating his dark worldview.
We speak to Ben Ferris, director of 57 LAWSON and the Sydney Film School, about melding documentary with fiction and creating an egalitarian history of the city.