Managing Editor at 4:3

Formerly at SBS and Sydney Film Festival.

Student at USyd (Arts/Law V) Sydney, Australia.

 

fostertype:

Lettering for the cinematic poster of The Broken Circle Breakdown. Close up on Credit block below. Under direction from Mark Gowing Design.

One of the best posters of the year here in Aus

truthandmovies:

One month until the first LWLies book is released into the world (and two months until the U.S. edition is released)!
It’s called ‘What I Love About Movies’ and we made it with Faber & Faber.
Here’s a sneak peek of Nicholas John Frith’s illustration of Richard Linklater 
Pre-order your copy on Amazon today!

truthandmovies:

One month until the first LWLies book is released into the world (and two months until the U.S. edition is released)!

It’s called ‘What I Love About Movies’ and we made it with Faber & Faber.

Here’s a sneak peek of Nicholas John Frith’s illustration of Richard Linklater 

Pre-order your copy on Amazon today!

I’ve realised I haven’t really posted much in a while, so here’s what I’ve (mostly) been doing/writing:

Reviews

Essay

What We Do In The Shadows

New Zealand + Vampires = pretty damn funny movie.

The Infinite Man

I reviewed an Australian sci-fi-rom-com that seems to have gotten raves Stateside but which I absolutely loathed.

I’m actually kinda stunned by the reception to it, I think that my review may be the only negative (non-capsule) review online, and it’s really negative.

stayforthecredits:

"I just felt my life flashing before my eyes. All my CU’s together." - Edgar Wright.

This morning we were able to interview Joe Swanberg about Happy Christmas over at 4:3 and it’s a great read.

"It’s been interesting to have the sort of career I’ve had and to come from this perspective where I feel a movie like Drinking Buddies is really playing by the rules. Coming to understand that it’s still considered an art film and something that’s really tough for a lot of people to swallow is fascinating. I don’t know man, I feel like I don’t have a very good perspective on it, but my main desire is to communicate with people via the movies – however that happens, I’m excited to try that.”

You can find that interview in full here.

I thought it might be good to showcase a small collection of some of the best interviews on our site so far - we’ve had some really great and generous filmmakers hang out with us over the last few months.