Ahead of the ninth Sydney Underground Film Festival, we sit down with Festival and Program Director Stefan Popescu to talk this year’s slate
Ahead of Indie Gems Film Festival (11-13 September), we sit down with Festival Director John L. Simpson.
With his beguiling film THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY playing at Melbourne International Film Festival, we talk with writer-director Peter Strickland about exploitation films, Kafka and insect recordings
We sit down with SHERPA director Jennifer Peedom to talk about her decade long experience filming Everest, the tragedy of the the 2014 avalanche and the film’s awe-inspiring cinematography.
With WOMEN HE’S UNDRESSED opening this week, we spoke to director Gillian Armstrong about the film, researching the life of Orry-Kelly and her relationship with Sydney Film Festival.
Justin Olstein and Eleanor Sharpe’s Curtain Call had its first screening last week to a very positive reaction and the film’s subjects, Terry and Carol-Ann Gill, are now some of the beloved stars of the Festival. Ahead of its second screening, we catch up with the directors.
Film Club in Darlinghurst may be the Sydney cinephile’s worst-kept secret. A reputation for an incredible selection and a friendly and knowledgable owner/manager in Ben Kenny means, for many, Film Club is the perfect movie store.