When the opportunity arose to speak with Academy Award nominated documentary filmmaker of the incredibly powerful The Act of Killing Joshua Oppenheimer, thanks to our very own Cam Williams, there was only one question I had to ask: have you ever said ‘who do I have to kill around here for a cup of coffee?’
From the ten day “reccy” into Queensland Pedersen and Ivan Sen were “brothers in arms,” … carrying “messengers from their ancestors.”
60s Batman action figures, where we buy our blu rays and Man of Steel driving you to drink; forget the AACTA awards – Mr Lachy Hulme, the man who was almost cast as Joker in The Dark Knight and bat-afficianado stopped by for a chat on the red carpet and things got geeky really fast.
“I would LOVE to start showing people because I’m sick of sitting in this weird limbo land of having finished it a couple of months ago and just wanting to know what the world makes of it.”
When I asked Banas how similar she is to her character Amber she reveals that, “that’s me in a car, in traffic.”
“…Ralph Macchio is the reason why I am here right now.” Now why hasn’t that ever been in her acceptance speeches.
The first and most important question after the birth of their new baby girl Ruby: who gets to choose the baby’s Twitter handle.
HE’S best known for kickstarting Kim Kardashian’s career with a lil’ home movie and his pick for a five star film is just as tongue-in-cheek…
In the 25-year history of the PGA today marks the first tie for the feature prize, between Gravity and 12 Years A Slave. That’s amazing.
Busy on The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug promotion trail, the Kiwi performer sat down with Graffiti to talk his favourite flicks.
When I asked Warren Brown if he could tell Graffiti With Punctuation his FIVE STAR FILM and five reasons why, he did something unexpected; “That’s too hard, I might just down right refuse.”
IT was fate; when Warren Brown got the call to say he’d got the part in Luther his ringtone was still the theme to The Wire.
When electronic music titan Moby was in Australia promoting his latest album Innocents, we held a figuative gun to his head to make that devastatingly tough decision; what was his FIVE STAR FILM?
“There’s no question that this is an important piece in the future of filmmaking,” says The Canyons producer Braxton Pope. This is probably the first time a filmmaker has ever said that about a film that includes a four way sex scene where lasers play over the bodies of the parties involved.
Gerard Lee sat down with Graffiti With Punctuation to talk about a refreshingly recent Five Star Film and his five reasons for choosing it.
The little girl… is a freak of nature! She’s like a whacko child and she’s aware of her ‘whacko-ness’ and she plays ‘it up’ all the time, she actually never really stops. She’s like a crazy little nut, even though she is very intelligent she’s aware of her freaky qualities.
Edgar (Shaun of the Dead, Scott Pilgrim vs The World) Wright was out in Australia presenting the latest film from the ‘Cornetto’ Trilogy THE WORLD’s END and Graffiti With Punctuation’s Blake Howard got to chat with him.
Last week I was lucky enough to be involved with four other journalists in a roundtable junket interview with the director of World War Z, Marc Forster. We fired off a couple of questions each and this is what Marc had to say about the film.
Catriona McKenzie is the writer/director of Satellite Boy, her award-winning debut feature, set to have a national release through Hopscotch Films on June 20.
Graffiti With Punctuation would like to thank Nashen Moodley, the Festival Director of the Sydney Film Festival, now in his second year following a cracking line-up last year, for taking the time to chat with us and extend warm congratulations on the preview announcement of this year’s exciting lineup.