The Bazura Project just goes a little mad sometimes. We all go a little mad sometimes. Don’t you?
Paul Shrader goes Bollywood, Tom Selleck goes bridal, Terry Gilliam goes Quixotic, and Christian Bale goes [after] Johnny Depp.
In the latest edition of the Guide To Film Movements, Lee finally lives up to his full potemkin as he explores Soviet Montage, discovering that the Russians really did invent editing. Or rediting. No, editing.
Jan Sardi is arguably Australia’s best-known screenwriter, but why would you want to argue about it? Instead, watch his interview on Bazura.
Lee and Shannon develop fewer than four opinions about Four Holidays, and you should definitely try to sync up Shannon’s Show and Found with The Great Gig In The Sky.
The Bazura Project will love you long time.
The AFI Awards balloon up, Hollywood hails Caesars, Stephen Sommers goes ape, and Sigourney Weaver is enfranchised.
The Bazura feature stories are exciting, informative and interesting. At least they have been up until now. With that in mind, please enjoy this detailed dive into the ridiculousness of Hollywood accounting.
Director Clara Law proved she’s a master of the narrative form with Goddess of 1967, and then proved she’s a master of the documentary form with Letters To Ali. Now, her biggest challenge: is she a master of being interviewed on community television?
Shannon and Lee discover whether Twilight sucks as deeply as its vampiric hero, and will the final Show and Found show and find the two in agreement?
Mischief. Mayhem. Bazura.
In our final Guide To Cinephelia, we utilise the experience we’ve picked up over three seasons of A-list hobnobbing and tell you everything you need to know about interviewing a celebrity.
Necks are placed on the line as Shannon reveals his ten favourite films of all time.