Originally published in The Conversation, Mark David Ryan and Kelly McWilliam discusses the viability of Australia is a filmmaking center of the world.
Keeping Down Under Up – COVID-19 and the Australian Screen Industry
Originally published on Lens, Whitney Monaghan considers the global pandemic impact on creative industries in Australia.
A Malaysian Down Under – An Inner View with Lin Ariffin
We sit down for a chat with Lin Ariffin, a Malaysian filmmaker based in Australia, on her film career thus far, the creation of Aussie Malaysian TV (AMTV), and why chocolates are essential to her.
For Lovers of Cinema and Country – The Australian Dream
Originally published on The Conversation, Nonie May critically considers indigenous representation and nationhood in ‘The Australian Dream’.
In Two Worlds – Rizka Sutiarso
Indonesian filmmaker Rizka Sutiarso talks about her nascent filmmaking experience, the idea behind her film ‘Parallel Cities’, and the differences between Indonesian and Australian contexts of filmmaking.
Challenging Affirmations – A Brief Look at Australian Aboriginal Cinema
Gisella Livia Lie sheds light on a small but important part of world cinema through ‘The Sapphires’ and ‘Bran Nue Dae’.
Bocor! – The Case of KL Gangster 2
Quite a number of interesting films are on offer at the cinema this weekend. We have ‘Rush’, a film I am very interested in watching simply because,… Read more “Bocor! – The Case of KL Gangster 2”
Of Images and History – Samson and Delilah
Simply brilliant. Not much else I could say apart from those two words put together. Conversely, it also works well when they are split up, for the… Read more “Of Images and History – Samson and Delilah”