SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2018 – interview with festival director Nashen Moodley

by GREG KING The Sydney Film Festival runs from June 6 to June 17. Once again festival director Nashen Moodley has put together an impressive program that features over 250 films from across the globe. There will also be retrospective screenings, talks, parties and Q&As featuring international and local filmmakers. The opening night film is the New Zealand comedy The Breaker Upperers. Greg chatted to festival director Nashen Moodley to find out some of the highlights from this year’ offerings. http://www.mediafire.com/file/1cbed4d6v2xanvc/230511_001.MP3/file Continue reading

SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2017 – interview with festival director Nashen Moodley

by GREG KING The Sydney Film Festival runs from June 7 – June 18. The packed program features Q&As with filmmakers, documentaries, short films, animation programs, retrospective screenings and the Essential Kurosawa program curated by David Stratton, and new films from Terrence Malick, Bong Joon-Ho, Sofia Coppola, Michael Haneke, Kriv Stenders, and a new documentary on Julian Assange from  Laura Poitras (Citizen Four, etc). The festival opens with a screening of We Don’t Need A Map, the new film from Warwick Thornton, at the State Theatre. Greg spoke to festival Continue reading

SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL 2015 – interview with Nashen Moodley

by GREG KING The Sydney Film Festival runs from June 3-June 14, screening a plethora of fantastic films from around the world. The opening night film is Brendan Cowell's Rueben Guthrie. There are lots of guest filmmakers introducing their films and attending Q&As. Greg speaks to festival director Nashen Moodley to get an overview of this year's program. http://www.mediafire.com/lis…/x9p800asoe8ob35/200516_001.MP3   Continue reading

SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL 2014

by GREG KING. For his Movies At Dusk program on 3WBC 94.1FM, Greg spoke to the festival director Nashen Moodley to find out more about this year's exciting program. To hear more, click on the link below: http://www.mediafire.com/listen/muey9rbh9ga6gdp/190512_002.MP3 REVIEWS. LAST UPDATED JUNE 2. GABRIELLE. This award winning French-Canadian film is a moving, raw and emotionally touching tale of a young, mentally handicapped girl who just wants to find love and independence. Gabrielle (played by newcomer Gabrielle Marion-Rivard) suffers from Williams syndrome and Continue reading