YOUNG AT HEART FILM FESTIVAL 2017 – interview with Lynette Curran

by GREG KING Now in its 12th year, the Young At Heart Film Festival screens a curated program of films especially for a more mature and older audience. This is the only film festival of its kind in the world, and it screens at Palace Cinemas across Australia throughout April. The festival screens some classic films like The Lion In Winter, starring Katherine Hepburn in her Oscar-winning performance, Peter O’Toole and Anthony Hopkins, and a restored print of The Tales Of Hoffmann. There is also a restored print of Carol Reed’s classic noir thriller The Third Man. Continue reading


This week on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Dave, Greg and Nick take a look at new release films ‘Zootopia,’ ‘Miracles From Heaven,’ ‘London Has Fallen,’ and ‘The Witch’. This episode also contains interviews with Ginnifer Goodwin, Jason Bateman, Jennifer Garner, Kylie Roberts, Gerard Butler, Mathieu Ravier, director of the Young At Heart Film Festival, and Mike Hill who talks about the documentary Take Heart. You can listen to the show or download it for free from our Podcast Channel – Listen/Download here. Continue reading

YOUNG AT HEART FILM FESTIVAL – interview with Mathieu Ravier

by GREG KING The Young At Heart film festival began in 2006, with screenings in Sydney. Over the years it has grown in size, and this year it is also coming to Melbourne. The festival will screen at the Balwayn and Brighton Bay cinemas from March 14-March 22. The festival screens a mix of new films and premieres, and some classics, such as The Way We Were and David Lean's Brief Encounter. Greg spoke to festival organiser Mathieu Ravier to find out more about the 2015 program. Continue reading