NFSA Sean O’Brien October 2019 Elise Lockwood Stills and Interview Exactly 25 years ago Elise Lockwood landed a dream job – shooting the stills for the film The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994). Elise’s work also features in the exhibition Starstruck: Australian Movie Portraits. A WILD RIDE As a young photographer in the […]
Hugo and the cast & crew of Hearts and Bones have attended the International Premiere at TIFF – check out the portraits and the red carpet pics in the gallery! And behind the scenes footage thanks to Matthew Reeder here, here and here.
Screen Daily Emma Kiely September 5, 2019 Emerging first and second-time filmmakers are showcased in TIFF’s buzzy Discovery section. 1982 (US-Leb-Nor-Qat) Dir Oualid Mouaness This directing debut follows an 11-year-old boy growing up in Beirut during the 1982 invasion of Lebanon. Produced by Tricycle Logic, Abbout Productions and Mad Dog Films, the film is backed by […]
abc.net.au Sarah Thomas September 5, 2019 Music has always been in the blood for Sydney composer Rafael May. He says he was constantly creating compositions as a child and the first major work he penned was a rock opera adaptation of Macbeth at high school. “It was not too bad,” he says of his debut […]
Hearts and Bones gets a trailer on the way to its International Premiere at TIFF!
Film Pulse Adam Patterson September 3, 2019 A new trailer has been released for the drama Hearts and Bones, starring Hugo Weaving, Andrew Luri, and Bolude Watson. Written and directed by Ben Lawrence and co-written by Beatrix Christian, Weaving plays a war photographer who befriends a Sudanese refugee after planning an exhibition of photographs taken after a massacre in the man’s village. Hearts […]
Deadline Dino-Ray Ramos September 3, 2019 EXCLUSIVE: From The Matrix to Lord of the Rings, actor Hugo Weaving is known for many of his roles in fantasy films but in Ben Lawrence’s forthcoming feature Hearts and Bones, he stretches his dramatic muscles. Weaving stars opposite newcomer Andrew Luri, who worked as a garbage truck driver before auditioning and landing the role […]
The Gate Andrew Powell August 27, 2019 It’s the best time of year in Toronto if you love film. The 2019 Toronto International Film Festival is just days away, and the full list of expected stars, talent, creators, and filmmakers has been announced. Once upon a time, the festival director would read out the list […]
Flicks.com.au August 26, 2019 Queensland film lovers, rejoice! The state’s biggest film event, the Brisbane International Film Festival, is about to roll into own, running from October 3 to October 13. This year’s line-up includes more than 100 features, documentaries and short films from around the world. So: plenty of reasons to avoid that massively […]
Decider Anna Menta August 24, 2019 Imagine your hometown for a second. Now imagine your hometown’s rival town—the one you were unreasonably prejudiced against whenever high school football season rolled around. Now imagine both of those towns are on gigantic wheels, armed with weaponry, and about to face off in a BattleBots-style showdown. Are you […]