We sat down with Jason Lei-Howden, Ant Timpson and Andrew Beattie to discuss DEATHGASM, one of the most ridiculous and entertaining films currently playing the festival circuit at the moment.
We spoke to BREAKING A MONSTER director Luke Meyer about working with the band Unlocking The Truth, the modern music industry, his mode of documentary filmmaking, and documenting conspiracy theorists.
In the second part of our roundtable, Richard, Alex and Felix discuss the rest of the Freak Me Out program, feminist horror films, lost Australian cult films, and found footage horror.
In the first of a two-part roundtable discussion, we chat to programmer Richard Kuipers and writer Alex Heller-Nicholas about Sydney Film Festival’s Freak Me Out program and horror and cult cinema more broadly.
Ahead of this year’s Monster Fest, Felix Hubble catches up with festival director Neil Foley to talk Australian horror, film distribution, and Canada’s booming independent horror scene.
We sit down with Persian International Film Festival Director Amin Palagi to talk about this year’s line-up of films, as well as the importance of and differences between two Festivals catering to Iranian cinema in Australia.
Ahead of its 2014 season, we catch up with Sydney Underground Film Festival co-director Stefan Popescu about the festival’s roots, this year’s program, and some hidden gems.
Ahead of his appearance at Melbourne International Film Festival, we catch up with HAPPY CHRISTMAS and DRINKING BUDDIES director Joe Swanberg
Freak Me Out is the Horror and extreme Arthouse portion of the Sydney Film Festival program. We caught up with its curator, Richard Kuipers, to discuss the selection process, the place of Horror in the cinematic landscape, Sharni Vinson, and extreme Japanese gore flicks.