Cinema Australia Podcast #60 | Nicole Miller

Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below. 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, Port Adelaide. Port Adelaide Football Club celebrated 150 years in 2020. Love it or hate…

Cinema Australia Podcast #59: Antaine Furlong

Cinema Australia Original Content: Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below. In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast, I’m joined by Antoine Furlong – writer, director and producer of the new Australian sci-fi thriller, Ascendant. Here’s the synopsis: A young environmentalist wakes, trapped, kidnapped in the elevator…

Interview: Christopher Nelius

Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below. We caught up with filmmaker Christopher Nelius to discuss his his eye-opening and totally bodacious new documentary, Girls Can’t Surf. Spoiler alert… They can! It’s the 1980s and the world of professional surfing is a circus of fluoro colours, peroxide hair and radical…

Interview: Josh Lawson

Cinema Australia Original Content: Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below. It’s been six years since Josh Lawson directed his first feature film, The Little Death – a laugh-out-loud comedy that peeks into the secret, and often quirky, sex lives of five suburban couples living in Sydney. Since then,…

Cinema Australia Podcast #56: Sally Ingleton

Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below. 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…

Interview: Glendyn Ivin

Cinema Australia Original Content: Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below. It’s been 11 years since Glendyn Ivin’s last feature film, Last Ride. But that doesn’t mean he hasn’t been busy. Ivin is behind some of Australia’s most celebrated television shows like Gallipoli, The Beautiful Lie, Seven Types of…

Interview: Stephen Johnson

Cinema Australia Original Content: High Ground director Stephen Johnson hopes that his new film will encourage audiences to rethink the Australian story. Cinema Australia caught up with Johnson to discuss his harrowing and confronting revenge western. Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below. “It was more about trying to…

Cinema Australia Podcast #55 | Roderick MacKay

Cinema Australia Original Content: Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below. In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast, host Matthew Eeles is joined by The Furnace writer and director, Roderick MacKay. To escape a harsh existence and return home, a young Afghan cameleer partners with a mysterious bushman…