Interview: Jennifer Kent

“I love my country. I love being here and I’d love to make more films here.” You graduated from NIDA as an actor and have credits dating back to the later years of A Country Practice. You didn’t direct your first film until 2005, around about the same time you stopped acting. What made you…

Review: A bad book makes for a great movie

It’s seldom such a high quality Australian film is released to a worldwide audience. It was unclear whether or not to get caught up in the international film festival hype, but now it’s official – The Babadook is the first great Australian film of 2014, if not the last couple of years. After his mother…