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    • Director Matthew Saville on his latest works

      Whether it’s film, TV, comedies or drama, Matthew Saville’s directing career encompasses an enviable list that ranges from adaptations The Slap and Cloudstreet, to features Felony and Noise and comedies such as Josh Thomas’ Please Like Me and Chris Lilley’s We Can Be Heroes.

      04 May 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Indian Wedding Race: Stakes, heartache and uncertainty

      Documentarian Sean Cousins and 360 Degree Films found high-stakes love and drama in the lives of Australian-Indians torn between two worlds.

      13 Apr 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Tamasin Simpkin: a lot on the boil

      The Katering Show producer Tamasin Simpkin spills the beans on being part of an internet sensation, and how the Ones to Watch program helped with Season 2.

      06 Apr 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Risk and reward explored in Sherpa

      Director Jennifer Peedom tells us how the Sherpa team managed when the deadly force of nature reared its head in the midst of filming on Everest.

      30 Mar 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Observance : what makes us scared?

      Director Joseph Sims-Dennett channelled his own nightmares into Observance, a psychological horror that’s chilling audiences around the globe.

      30 Mar 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Matilda & Me: A family affair

      Nel Minchin delved into the family archives and turned the camera onto her brother Tim, her family and herself for Matilda & Me.

      29 Mar 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Keeping Australia Alive a “patchwork quilt”

      Every day across the country people are making life-changing decisions. We talk to executive producer Karen Dewey about Keeping Australia Alive.

      23 Mar 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • Hunter Page-Lochard goes full circle with Spear

      For Hunter Page-Lochard, working on his father’s feature directorial debut Spear was like a rite of passage.

      18 Mar 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • FINANCING DOCOS: EACH PATH IS DIFFERENT - PART 2: CALL ME DAD 'S FINANCING: OPPORTUNITY MEETS CIRCUMSTANCE

      Call Me Dad was commissioned by ABC TV. Well into filming, it went to Good Pitch2. The amount subsequently raised was nearly half the production budget.

      18 Mar 2016
      By Sandy George
    • Producer Chloe Rickard on Aussie TV comedy

      Here Come the Habibs and Soul Mates producer Chloe Rickard talks about working at Jungle, taking risks with No Activity and tackling the tough topics.

      16 Mar 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca
    • FINANCING DOCOS: EACH PATH IS DIFFERENT - PART 1: EVERYONE LOVED TYKE – AFTER IT WAS MADE

      Tyke, Elephant Outlaw is a feature-length documentary that explores the story of a circus elephant who killed her trainer in front of thousands of people in Honolulu in 1994.

      26 Feb 2016
      By Sandy George
    • Star on the rise

      With Looking for Grace and The Daughter both film festival darlings, Odessa Young is suddenly finding herself in the spotlight. She looks back on the creation of her two first features and how entwined the experiences were.

      17 Feb 2016
      By Caris Bizzaca