Save the date! 15 May, 20:30-21:00 UTC+10 There will be a live virtual Hearts and Bones Q&A with Hugo Weaving, Andrew Luri and Ben Lawrence, moderated by Sydney Film Festival Director Nashen Moodley. A link to join the event will be posted on the Facebook event here.
SMH Karl Quinn August 3, 2019 Damian Hill wasn’t there to see the film he co-wrote and was set to star in when it had its world premiere on Friday night, but his spirit loomed large over the event. “This is Damian Hill’s film,” said Measure for Measure director and co-writer Paul Ireland. “It’s about that […]
Hugo attends the MIFF premiere of The Australian Dream, the remarkable & inspirational story of AFL legend Adam Goodes. Pic posted by Nova Peris. Updated to add more pics (GettyImages AsiaPac) – complete set in the gallery!
The Saturday Paper Harry Windsor May 18, 2019 During his illustrious career, Hugo Weaving has consistently returned to the STC stage, where he currently stars in Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. The actor discusses his upbringing, his concerns about the local film industry, and sharing the stage with his son. “I thought […]
SMH Garry Maddoxx May 6, 2019 Ask Hugo Weaving about how hard it is for Australian films at a time when Avengers: Endgame is swamping cinemas, and the veteran actor points to a little-seen revenge drama that is director Jennifer Kent’s follow-up to the acclaimed The Babadook. Legendary Star Wars actor Peter Mayhew passes away, the Archibald prize […]
STC May 7, 2019 This episode was recorded live at Rosyln Packer Theatre for the pre-season briefing of STC’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams. Featuring a full cast and several creatives, including the production’s director and our company’s artistic director, Kip Williams, the conversation delves into the psychology of the Pollitt family, […]
Good Food Myffy Rigby April 9, 2019 Hugo Weaving is happier talking about food than about acting. Photo: Daniel Pockett If you were ever going to use a phrase as trite as “national treasure”, you’d probably use it describing actor Hugo Weaving. On film or on stage, he is elastic, slipping from one character to […]
SMH Lucy Manly February 17, 2019 Heather Mitchell, Helen Dallimore, Blazey Best and Joe Klocek were among the famous faces to watch Helen Thomson and Caroline Brazier deliver powerhouse performances at the opening of Sydney Theatre Company’s Mary Stuart last Saturday. After two hours locked in the theatre for the gripping show, adapted by local writing […]