Ahead of the Vertical Cinema screening of his short film #43 at MIFF, we spoke to artist and filmmaker Joost Rekveld.
We spoke to documentarian Christopher Pryor about his feature on rugby and masculinity, THE GROUND WE WON.
We spoke to Bingham Bryant, co-director of the striking American indie FOR THE PLASMA, just after its Australian premiere at Grey Gardens Projects in Melbourne.
Following the screening of his incredibly affecting film at Sydney Film Festival, we spoke to director Laurent Bécue-Renard about small crews, subjectivity and the editing process.
We sat down with Roy Andersson’s regular collaborator, cinematographer István Borbas, to discuss A PIGEON, his filmography, and his work in shooting commercials.
We spoke to the directors of the intimate and revealing documentary WELCOME TO LEITH in the lead-up to the film’s screening at Sydney Film Festival.
We spoke to STRANGERLAND director Kim Farrant ahead of the film’s Australian premiere at Sydney Film Festival.
The Zellner Brothers’ latest film, Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter, is a bittersweet fable about passion over creative works and the desire to escape within them. We caught up with writer/director/actor David Zellner to talk the film.
James Benning is an American experimental filmmaker whose work has had a major influence both in his home country and abroad. He is in Sydney for a retrospective of his work at Sydney Film Festival and we sat down to talk film vs digital, social media and classes on ‘paying attention’.
Gabe Klinger is the director of Double Play: James Benning and Richard Linklater and also the curator of the James Benning retrospective at Sydney Film Festival. We sat down with him to talk Double Play, time in film and Boyhood.