We may be in the dawn of the new millennium, but Australia’s addition to world film has been rather excellent. Here’s my top ten. What’s yours?
My Pet Dinosaur is a beast that swims in the warm seas of nostalgia and calls the Blue Mountains home. Director Matt Drummond describes his creation
Morning! What happened while you were asleep? Well, Trump received an awkies award, the AACTAs were picketed and Assange was freed! (…of his charge in Sweden.)
Tim Ferguson talks keeping it simple, both on and off the set of Spin Out – the veteran comedy writer’s directorial debut in cinemas now.
TBS spoke with the brains behind Lindfield Partners, John Scutt, about upcoming ambitious yet transformative doco project Red Soul.
Marc Jérusalmi speaks through Chinese portrait with Rachel Ward about which flower she’d be, her marriage with Bryan Brown, and her film An Accidental Soldier
Asian Australian actor Aileen Huynh speaks out about the racial stereotyping she faces in the industry, claiming that diversity doesn’t favour all.
Glen Falkenstein’s review of the latest entry into George Miller’s universe of Mad Max in the recently released Mad Max: Fury Road.
In a TBS exclusive, Editor PB chats with Melbourne-based film-maker Nick Colla, from LateNite Films, after their win in the Parrot MiniDrone Film Festival.