The Bazura Project has scored some the big names and most of the small ones, including Jason Schwartzman, Danny Boyle, Gillian Armstrong, George Miller, Scott Hicks and many others. Marvel at the patience our guests have for our inane questions.

The Bazura Project 2.06 – Interview

What do The Bounty, Species, Cocktail, No Way Out, The Getaway, The Recruit, Thirteen Days and World’s Fastest Indian have in common? Correct: they are all feature films. They also happen to be directed by Roger Donaldson, who tells us about the egos of A-list stars and the movies he almost made.

The Bazura Project 2.07 – Interview

Noted producer and director Robert Connolly talks about Australian bureaucracy and the lure of Hollywood.

The Bazura Project 2.08 – Interview

Australian producer Sue Maslin (Japanese Story) talks about what chaos theory and the uncertainty principle have to do with making films.

The Bazura Project 2.11 – Interview

New Zealand filmmaker Jonathan King talks to us about murderous animals and his debut feature, Black Sheep.

The Bazura Project 2.12 – Interview

The Rachmaninoff/mental illness craze of the 1990s was largely kicked off by Scott Hicks’s Shine. Now, several films later, he’s trying his hand at lighter, more contemporary fare with No Reservations. But what sorts of films has he been offered in the meantime? And how is Abigail Breslin like Meryl Streep? And what’s with the wine?

The Bazura Project 2.13 – Interview

Rolf de Heer has directed films such as Bad Boy Bubby, The Tracker and Ten Canoes. Now, he takes on his most challenging task yet: being interviewed on The Bazura Project.

A Very The Bazura Project Christmas – Interview

If The Bazura Project was an actor, it would be Jason Schwartzman. Bazura therefore sits down with itself to talk about its new film The Darjeeling Limited.

The Bazura Project 3.01 – Interview

Australian director Gillian Armstrong tells Bazura about why she wants to direct Jack Ryan adventures.

The Bazura Project 3.02 – Interview

Shannon meets his favourite director, Brian Trenchard-Smith, and keeps the swooning to an appropriate level.

The Bazura Project 3.03 – Interview

Cinematographer David Eggby (Mad Max) has a drink with Bazura and tells tales of Predators.

The Bazura Project 3.04 – Interview

The Bazura Project chats with Not Quite Hollywood director Mark Hartley about how audiences have reacted to his film, which luminaries refused to be in it, and headline-grabbing statements made by Quentin Tarantino.

The Bazura Project 3.05 – Interview

Steven Berkoff has worked with the two giants of cinema: Stanley Kubrick and Jean-Claude Van Damme. Now, he meets with the two giants of television. Well, of community television. Well, of this program. Well, of this segment.

The Bazura Project 3.06 – Interview

Writer/actor/backslash Leigh Whannell talks to Bazura about the ups and downs of franchises, the lefts and rights of horror movies, and the ins and outs of prophylactics.

The Bazura Project 3.07 – Interview

Charles ‘Bud’ Tingwell has worked with Chips Rafferty, Maureen O’Hara, Robert Wise, James Mason, Richard Burton, and Charlie the Wonder Dog. He has appeared in over one hundred films, and is probably the most valuable contribution Australia has ever given to cinema. A legacy we soon sully by interviewing him on The Bazura Project.

The Bazura Project 3.08 – Interview

Few actors appear to enjoy their work as much as Nathan Phillips, and even fewer have appeared on Bazura. Lee and Shannon throw some questions his way.

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