Lee and Shannon speak at Melbourne Underground Film Festival director Richard Wolstencroft.
Why does film producer Pete! Ford spell his name with an exclamation mark? We decide not to find out, and instead chat about why someone would ever want to produce films.
Dr George Miller is the genius behind the Mad Max series. He talks to Bazura about his new focus: dancing penguins.
Shannon and Lee speak to Harvie Krumpet producer Melanie Coombs about throwing things against walls, prostitutes, and beer.
Shannon and Lee talk to Court of Lonely Royals director Rohan Michael Hoole about overcoming the odds to make films in Australia.
Academy Award nominated animator Anthony Lucas (The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello) spills on Jasper sequels and other upcoming projects.
Shannon and Lee chat to Look Both Ways director Sarah Watt during a deluge. After the interview, the three of them build an ark and gather two film critics from each major metropolitan newspaper.
Babe director Chris Noonan just ended an eleven-year directorial hiatus with the film Miss Potter. Lee and Shannon demand to know where he’s been, discover what his next projects are, and find out how he went from Harry Potter to Beatrix Potter.
If you’ve ever seen an Australian horror film, chances are it was written by Everett De Roche. The man has managed to forge an incredibly successful career in both genre films, kids TV and serial drama, and so The Bazura Project bought him a beer.
Frankly, we could talk to James Hewison for hours upon hours. Unfortunately, the allotted length of our interviews segment does not allow this, so we felt obliged to keep the questions to only those that would interest our viewers. Then we thought “screw this”, and asked questions that couldn’t possibly interest anyone other than ourselves. Enjoy!
Jack Sargeant is an expert in underground cinema. Lee and Shannon are experts in not knowing about underground cinema. Together, the three of them are a match made in underground heaven. Which is technically hell. This description is going terribly.
Trainspotting director Danny Boyle talks to us about the films he made, the films he almost made, and the film he might make.
Geoffrey Wright directed the controversial Romper Stomper and the just-as-controversial Macbeth. In the first of a two-part interview, Shannon and Lee talk to him about getting fired from Supernova, and the Silver Surfer movie he almost made.
In the second part of our Geoffrey Wright interview, Wright discusses why critics hated his take on Macbeth, and explains exactly what he thinks of David Stratton and Jim Schembri.
Pixar’s Jerome Ranft and Paul Topolos caught the East Australian Current to arrive in Melbourne for the Pixar Exhibition at ACMI, and found a friend in Shannon and Lee.