August 2nd, 2011
Episode 176 of 256 episodes
Brian McFarlane reviews 5 Days of War and Mr Popper's Penguins, both in general release. Editor Mary Stephen, discusses her latest film Majority, a Turkish drama about gender dynamics and patriarchal family politics screening at MIFF. Kriv Stenders pops by to discuss Red Dog. Jessica Nicholas reviews Into Eternity and Michael Petrucciani, both screening at MIFF. Music composer Lisa Gerrard stops in to discuss film composition. Her latest work Tears of Gaza, a Norwegian documentary is screening at MIFF. Lisa is also presenting a Composing Masterclass as part of MIFF. Jon Hewitt, the director of X, is in the studio to discuss what he's been up to since finishing the film and it's MIFF premiere.
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