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Highly-regarded Australian actor Richard Roxburgh joins the latest episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast. To say the recording of this Podcast episode was a bit of fun would be an understatement. It’s not every day you get to shoot the breeze with an actor of Richard Roxburgh’s calibre. That was the case for me while I was attending CinefestOZ Fi…
 
This is a different episode format than regular listeners will be used to. Here I’ll be chatting with two filmmakers in seperate interviews that were originally recorded for my radio spot on the Community Radio Network.The first interview is with Christine Looby to discuss her new Young Adult coming-of-age adventure film, The Curious Case of Dolphi…
 
In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast, host Matthew Eeles is joined by filmmakers Rowan Devereux and Sophie Saville to discuss two of their new films, feature film Evicted! A Modern Romance - a comedy which follows a group of friends on a seemingly futile hunt for an affordable share house - and Inspire Me - a documentary short following …
 
Hello and welcome to Cinema Australia Podcast.I’m very excited to be discussing the wonderfully weird, and outrageously funny The Lonely Spirits Variety Hour with the film’s director and co-writer Platon Theodoris. The Lonely Spirits Variety Hour follows radio host Neville Umbrellaman. When Neville lands in hospital, a group of unexpected performer…
 
Writer and director Kriv Stenders joins the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss his new documentary, Lee Kernaghan: Boy from the Bush.Stenders is carving out quite a niche for himself as a documentary filmmaker following very successful feature films like Red Dog and Danger Close: The Battle for Long Tan. Stenders’ recent documentary work includes …
 
In this episode Cinema Australia is joined by the makers of new Australian black comedy, Sissy - Hannah Barlow & Kane Senes.Hannah and Kane co-wrote and co-directed the film and Hannah also stars in the film as one of the lead characters, Emma.The film follows social media influencer, Sissy, who is invited away on a hen’s weekend with some old scho…
 
Tiriki Onus and Alec Morgan join the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss their new documentary, Ablaze.Ablaze is the true story of the first Aboriginal filmmaker, William ‘Bill’ Onus and tells the story of this cultural and political figure who revived his peopleʼs culture in the 1940s and ignited a civil rights movement that would change the cours…
 
How to Please a Woman writer and director Renée Webster joins the Cinema Australia Podcast. How to Please a Woman is a genuine gut-busting laugh-fest. As I tell Renée during this interview, I’ve seen it three times now, and I’m recommending it to everyone. The film follow Gina (played by Sally Philips), a 50-something woman who develops a business …
 
Welcome to a very special episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast. So what’s so special about this episode? Well as regular listeners will know, discussions on this podcast are usually centred around a particular film, and it’s not often that I take listeners on a deep dive into an actor’s career. It’s just the way the publicity machine works, and …
 
In this episode I’m joined by Jane Castle - the daughter of trailblazing Australian filmmaker, Lilias Fraser. Castle’s new documentary, When the Camera Stopped Rolling, tells the epic tale of her mother’s extraordinary life, her fascinating career and their challenging relationship. Lilias Fraser was the first Australian to study at the National Fi…
 
It’s hard to believe A Stitch in Time is Sasha Hadden’s first film. He’s made two short films and a documentary, and this film cements him as a serious talent and a filmmaker to keep an eye on. Here, Sasha discusses how he developed a passion for filmmaking at a young age thanks to his supportive mother, his love for Australian filmmaking great Bru…
 
In this episode I’m joined by Mutt writer and director Sam Galloway.Mutt follows Odette, an expecting mother who delves into a criminal underworld to rescue her dog from a torturous death.Samuel Galloway is a kiwi filmmaker based in Melbourne. He is both a director of photography for commercial and narrative work, but also holds a distinctively dar…
 
Happy New Year everyone and welcome to the first Cinema Australia Podcast episode for 2022. In this episode I’m joined by Public Eye writer, producer, director and lead actor Davo Hardy, and his co-star British Flower. Public Eye follows Elliot Sinclaire, played by Hardy in the film. He’s a children’s entertainer and actor whose social and moral st…
 
Filmmaker Brendan Fletcher joins the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss his new series, Firebite, which he co-created and co-directed with Warwick Thornton (Sweet Country).In this episode Fletcher reflects back on his Mad Bastards and what he’s been up to since, and obviously we chat everything Firebite including how he was introduced to Thornton,…
 
WA-based filmmakers Samantha Marlowe and Frances Elliott join the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss their latest documentary, Girl Like You, which, over six years, follows a couple that battles to stay together as one of them transitions genders; confronting the effects of new body parts, changing gender roles as well as navigating their own evol…
 
Catherine Hill is an accomplished and admired individual who has worked as an actor, script editor and story consultant.As well as being an award-winning theatre director, Catherine has been employed as a case manager and a crisis worker for over two decades, working with individuals managing complex issues and often experiencing homelessness.Drawi…
 
Director Justin Kurzel and writer Shaun Grant join the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss their latest collaboration, Nitram.Nitram is a brilliant but highly disturbing film, that will no doubt divide audiences. It depicts the events leading up to one of the darkest chapters in Australian history - the Port Arthur shootings. Kurzel and Grant have …
 
Erik Thomson is one of my favourite actors. I’ve enjoyed most of Erik’s work, with Packed to the Rafters, Aftertaste and The Furnace being among my favourites. Thomson is one of Australia’s most beloved actors, becoming a household name thanks to mega-popular shows like All Saints and Rafters.In this episode we take a deep dive into Eric’s career a…
 
Iconic Australian filmmaker, Nadia Tass joins the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss her career, including the making of two of her most well-known and much loved films, Malcolm and The Big Steal. Nadia Tass is one of Australia’s most respected filmmakers. Known for those films I just mentioned, Nadia also directed Pure Luck, an American film star…
 
Screenwriters Arka Das and Bina Bhattacharya join the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss their new anthology feature film, Here Out West.Synopsis: A baby is kidnapped from a western Sydney hospital by a desperate grandmother. Her flight sets off a chain of events that brings together complete strangers over the course of one dramatic day.Arka, who…
 
Filmmaker Matthew Walker joins the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss his new documentary, I’m Wanita. I’m Wanita is the story of Wanita - a renegade country music singer from Tamworth, hell-bent on realising her childhood dreams of stardom. Self-crowned as ‘Australia's Queen Of Honky Tonk’, Wanita is still waiting for the recognition she knows sh…
 
Director Josh Reed joins the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss his tense, claustrophobic drama, We're Not Here to Fuck Spiders.Reed describes Spiders as found footage noir. The film is set in a drug dealers house, and is constructed from found surveillance footage. There’s not much we can tell you about the story without giving too much away, but…
 
A Family is one of the most unique locally-produced films I’ve ever seen, so I was thrilled to be chatting with director Jayden Stevens and cinematographer Thomas Swinburn. These two very talented filmmakers also co-wrote and co-produced the film. Jayden Stevens is a director and photographer from the Gold Coast. He is a graduate of the Victorian C…
 
Martin Wilson joins the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss his new shark thriller, Great White. We love taking a deep dive with filmmakers about their movies, but this interview was originally recorded for our radio segment on 2RRR, so you will notice this is a much shorter interview than usual.Regardless, this is still an insightful chat with Wil…
 
Director Molly Reynolds joins the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss her stunning new documentary, My Name is Gulpilil, about one of Australia’s most important actors, and one of our most significant cultural and artistic icons, the unparalleled, David Gulpilil. As you’ll hear in this interview, Molly has known David for many years. As the partner…
 
Director Nicole Miller joins the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss This is Port Adelaide - a passionate love letter to one of Australia’s greatest sporting clubs.Nicole became immersed in the world of footy and the Port Adelaide Football Club when she directed the recent series The AFL Show, which explains the sport to a Chinese audience. This in…
 
In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast, host Matthew Eeles is joined by Antoine Furlong. The Writer, director and producer of Ascendant - a new Australian sci-fi, mystery, thriller and fantasy film. Here’s the synopsis: A young environmentalist wakes, trapped, kidnapped in the elevator of a super high-rise building at the mercy of her torm…
 
In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast I’m joined by My First Summer director Katie Found and actor Maiah Stewardson to talk about their beautiful new film, My First Summer. After the suspicious death of her mother, a 16-year-old is stranded on an isolated rural property. When a misfit local girl discovers her, the two lost teens form a de…
 
Writer and director Michael Bentham and actor Matilda Ridgway join the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss their new film, Disclosure.Disclosure is an intense, dialogue driven four-hander. It’s a story about what happens when a 4-year-old girl, Natasha, makes a serious allegation against a politician's 9-year-old son. An attempt by the children's p…
 
In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast, host Matthew Eeles is joined by one of Australia’s most experienced documentary filmmakers, Sally Ingleton, to talk about her eye-opening new documentary, Wild Things.Wild Things follows a new generation of environmental activists hell-bent on saving their futures from the ravages of climate change. …
 
In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast, host Matthew Eeles is joined by The Furnace director, Roderick MacKay.To escape a harsh existence and return home, a young Afghan cameleer partners with a mysterious bushman on the run with two 400oz Crown-marked gold bars. Together the unlikely pair must outwit a zealous police sergeant and his troo…
 
In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast, host Matthew Eeles is joined The Xrossing director Steven Mihaljevich and producer Carl Maiorana to discuss their new coming-of-age drama. The two also co-wrote the film. After the murder of a young girl in the Perth Hills, three boys harass a reclusive Aboriginal man known in the neighbourhood as “B…
 
Writer and director Kurt Martin joins the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss his new Australian drama, Moon Rock for Monday.Kurt Martin is a director and writer from Sydney, Australia. He has directed numerous short films, TVC's, Music Videos, Web series and Pilot TV series, and has worked on several feature films as an assistant director (1st/2nd…
 
In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast, host Matthew Eeles is joined by director Samuel Bartlett and actor Matt Doran to discuss their new Australian thriller, Intersection.When a conman discovers his son is abducted, he is forced to drive the city streets completing an escalating series of trials to appease his child’s kidnapper, and aton…
 
In this episode Cinema Australia's Matthew Eeles is joined by Mark Lamprell, the director of new Australian comedy, Never Too Late. Never Too Late follows four Vietnam veterans, famous for escaping out of a POW camp, who must now break out of the nursing home from hell to fulfil their unrealised dreams.Mark is a pleasure to interview and is very ge…
 
50 EPISODES!In the 50th episode of this Podcast, Cinema Australia's Matthew Eeles chats with Rams director Jeremy Sims.Rams is a remake of an Icelandic film and follows two Brothers Colin (Sam Neill) and Les (Michael Caton) who have been fighting for decades. Both are award-winning sheep farmers but when disaster strikes and disease threatens their…
 
If you've never seen a film starring Roy Billing, you have no business listening to this Podcast. I'm joking of course, but Billing has been acting since the 80's and has starring in many Australian films including The Dish, Rabbit-Proof Fence, Charlie & Boots, Mystery Road and Occupation. Billing's Australian television credits go all the way back…
 
In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast host Matthew Eeles is joined by actors George Pullar and Ashlyn Louden-Gamble who star in new Australian film, Moon Rock for Monday. Moon Rock for Monday about a young girl named Monday (Ashlyn Louden-Gamble) who believes the moon rock, or Uluru, can help cure her terminal illness.To get to Uluru, Mon…
 
Justin has been at the forefront of the Australian horror and science fiction film industry for many years as the founder and owner of special effects company Wicked of Oz Studios. Justin has over fifteen years’ experience as a top Special Effects Makeup Designer, Art Director and Production Designer, working on big-budget American productions alon…
 
In this episode of the Cinema Australia, host Matthew Eeles is joined by multi award-winning director, animator and visual artist Isabel Peppard and award winning horror, comedy, documentary and porn filmmaker Josie Hess. These two very talented filmmakers have teamed up to co-direct a very unique documentary called, Morgana. In short, Morgana is a…
 
In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast, hose Matthew Eeles is joined by OUR LAW director Cornel Ozies and producer Taryne Laffar.OUR LAW is set at Western Australia's first Indigenous-run Police Station, two officers learn language and culture to help them police one of the world's most remote beatsOUT LAW will screen at the 2020 Sydney Fi…
 
Australian filmmaker Ben Lawrence joins the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss his new film, Hearts and Bones.Ben Lawrence is an internationally award-winning director and photographer. His short films have screened at Edinburgh, Clermont-Ferrand, Los Angeles, San Gio and Sao Paulo film festivals. His photographs have been recognised at the Intern…
 
In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast, host Matthew Eeles is joined by film critics Travis Johnson and Andrew Peirce to discuss the Australian films of 2019. We cover everything from The Nightingale to Ride Like a Girl, the strong representation of people with disabilities in Australian films, documentaries, the independent film scene and…
 
In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast host Matthew Eeles is joined by independent filmmaker Mike Green to discuss his new thriller, Outback. Outback is a survival nightmare based on the true story of an American couple, Wade (Taylor Wiese) and Lisa (Lauren Lofberg), who become stranded on their way to Uluru. Think Gerald Rocionato’s Cage …
 
Cinema Australia's Matthew Eeles is joined by writer and director James Di Martino to discuss his feature film debut, The Faceless Man.The Faceless Man follows Emily (Sophie Thurling) who is struggling to adjust back to everyday life three years after surviving cancer.Living in fear of redeveloping the fatal disease, a manifestation haunts Emily fr…
 
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