Category Archives: Theatre/ Film

Spooky Buddies

Transcript for Total Girl [exclusive Australian] Anna McRoberts Producer, Co-writer   What’s it like working with Buddies? It’s amazing! Having puppies on set is the best thing you can do for a film set. I’ve never seen anyone in a … Continue reading

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Princess and the Frog

Transcription (Press junket, NY) Jennifer Cody, voice of Charlotte: Everyone calls Charlotte spoiled, but I don’t think of her that way, I think of her as very determined. Everything is the most important thing in the world to her. She … Continue reading

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Dianna Agron (interview)

Dianna Agron transcript for “I Am Number Four”/ Girlfriend magazine (AUS and NZ) GF: Who are you playing in the film? DA: I play Sarah. She’s at the high school that John’s joining. She used to be the popular girl … Continue reading

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Films I Could Watch A Million Times And Could Never Get Sick Of

Betty Blue [directors cut] D: Jean Jacques Beineix – Absolutely gorgeous, tragic, lavish, filling contemporary cinema. A sumptuous look at love between two outcasts and a woman’s ‘madness’, as dark as depression and as light as lemonade. No one does … Continue reading

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Why The Film Sucked

“Someone had made up these badges ‘Buffy 2: Just Say No’. Everyone was wearing them” – James Hayman, DOP. It’s proof that the original isn’t always the best. While Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the television series, changed the landscape of … Continue reading

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Fear and Loathing with the Midnight Juggernauts

Published January 10, 2004 4.30pm: We were somewhere around Albury at the edge of Victoria when the drugs began to take hold. I remember saying something like, ‘I feel a bit lightheaded – maybe you should drive’. And suddenly there … Continue reading

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Chris Hill

Your New Favourite Flavour Chris Hill is making a short film about milkshake flavours. Our subject’s favourite? Vanilla. “I think it’s interesting most people don’t consider vanilla a flavour,” Chris muses in hushed tones, from a quiet corner of a … Continue reading

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I used to be way smarter

Discuss cinéma du looks’ exploration of notions of the real. By Georgia Clark, July 2002. The culture of fantasy and the spectacular in art forms had always been a potent device to explore concepts of the real, and the films … Continue reading

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Wonka!

From the twisted imaginations of the new breed in the comedy underground comes the most wickedly funny version of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory you’ll ever see. “The idea first came when I was about 12 years old. I … Continue reading

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Short Film Reviews

Aerosol In Aerosol, writer/ director Wojciech Wawrzyniak takes us into a dystopian world of boredom and fear, and out the other side, all thanks to an ant. A nameless worker in a grimy factory setting has his mind-numbing routine interrupted … Continue reading

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