You can watch last night’s episode of Australian Story on their official website, where they also have a full transcript of the show. Here below Hugo’s intro: Hello. I’m Hugo Weaving. What would you do if you lost something that’s been the essence of you for most of your life? Something that’s given you great joy, a […]
Australian Story airs next on October 12 at 8pm on ABC with “Raise Your Voice” and will be introduced by Hugo. What would you do if you lost something that’s been the essence of you for most of your life? Something that’s given you joy, a vocation, even fame – and then one day it […]
Hugo joined forces with Griffith University Film School, Autism Queensland and Gold Coast Hospital Foundation for an educational video to help clinicians identify autistic traits at various age levels. You can read more about the making of from the director here.
The Dressmaker will have its Australian premiere in Melbourne on October 18! Expected on the red carpet: Liam Hemsworth, Judy Davis, Hugo Weaving and Sarah Snook.
Thanks to CJ for the heads up about the full short film Manny Gets Censored being available on Vimeo – check it out! and audio-only 😉
The Guardian Nancy Groves August 29, 2015 Hugo Weaving likes playing faceless villains, he once told an American journalist, because it means people are less likely to recognise him in real life. It’s a good tactic but one that certainly isn’t working for him in sleepy Busselton, Western Australia, where he’s in town to be […]
720 ABC Perth Geoff Hutchison August 28, 2015 Today the Mornings Program broadcasted live from CinefestOZ in Busselton. Geoff Hutchison had a chat with Aussie talent Hugo Weaving, a legend of the film and theatrical world but a title Hugo doesn’t feel entirely comfortable with. Hugo talks about his journey as an actor and the importance of […]
And many more in the gallery HERE (spoiler warning, esp. last two pages of the album)
If you haven’t seen it yet, here’s the (unfortunately very short) interview with Hugo from BBC2’s Artsnight with Richard Wilson about Samuel Beckett. Caps in the gallery here.