May 30th, 2009
Episode 80 of 258 episodes
This week we are broadcasting live from the Palace George Cinemas in St Kilda, at the Industry Open Day, part of the 26th St Kilda Film Festival...Assistant producer of the Festival, Amber Harris, gives the rundown on Industry Open Day; Calmin Borel from the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival discusses the International program; actor Tony Nikolakopoulos talks about his roles in the play August: Osage County and the short film Bombshell; producer Drew Bailey chats about his extensive career; producer/director Gus Berger talks about his documentary, Duke Vin and the Birth of Ska; Steffi Hofmeier from Interfilm Berlin discusses the selection of films in Confrontations: Films Against Violence and Intolerance; director Polly Staniford talks about her career and her two short films screening in the Festival, Netherland Dwarf and Little Wings; and director Grant Scicluna gives us the background to his film, Neon Skin.
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