Critics Campus participant James Walsh speaks to The Home Song Stories director Tony Ayres about exposing the personal, the power of storytelling and what’s next for the screen.
James Walsh 29 Aug 2022
Critics Campus participant Lamya Nawar speaks to Hannah Barlow about self-awareness, self-forgiveness, and the power and perils of social media, as tackled in the pop-horror film Sissy.
Lamya Nawar 28 Aug 2022
Critics Campus participant Digby Houghton speaks to Senses of Cinema co-director John Hughes about subversion, collective filmmaking and historiography.
Digby Houghton 27 Aug 2022
Critics Campus participant Andrew Fraser speaks to Petrol writer/director Alena Lodkina about creative synergies, cultural cringe and challenging audiences to watch films as co-creators.
Andrew Fraser 26 Aug 2022
Owen Kline’s coming-of-age black comedy Funny Pages gets the critical treatment from four of our 2022 Critics Campus participants: Andrew Fraser, Ellen O’Brien, Lamya Nawar and Brooke Heinz.
24 Aug 2022
Critics Campus participant Ellen O’Brien reflects on the entanglement of fascination, aspiration and alienation when watching screen portrayals of wealth, using Halina Reijn’s Bodies Bodies Bodies as her jumping-off point.
Ellen O’Brien 23 Aug 2022
Hannah Barlow and Kane Senes’s Sissy receives some critical attention from four of our 2022 Critics Campus participants: Isabelle Carney, James Walsh, Digby Houghton and Lily Rodgers.
22 Aug 2022
Critics Campus participant Isabelle Carney speaks to Lime Parfait director Pat Mooney about intent, nostalgia and the ethics of the fib.
Isabelle Carney 19 Aug 2022
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