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Interview: Joshua Marston (The Forgiveness of Blood)

Interview: Joshua Marston (The Forgiveness of Blood). By Simon Miraudo. New York-based writer/director Joshua Marston made a splash with his feature debut Maria, Full of Grace in 2004; a Spanish-language film that earned star Catalina Sandina Moreno a Best Actress nomination at the 77th Academy Awards. He spent the next six years trying to put […]

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A Separation, The Kid With A Bike selected as PIAF Lotterywest Festival Films

The slate of acclaimed international feature films headed to WA for the Perth International Arts Festival has been revealed, including such fest favourites as MIFF and SFF award winner A Separation , Errol Morris’ controversial doco Tabloid and the Dardenne brothers’ newie The Kid With A Bike. The Lotterywest Festival Film season runs from November to April. Check out […]

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Sydney Film Festival – Video Interview: Joshua Marston (The Forgiveness of Blood)

We spoke with Joshua Marston, director of The Forgiveness of Blood, at the 2011 Sydney Film Festival. Check out our chat below! You can read the full transcript of our interview here. Discuss: Did you catch The Forgiveness of Blood at SFF?

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Sydney Film Festival – Interview: Joshua Marston (The Forgiveness of Blood)

Interview: Joshua Marston (The Forgiveness of Blood). By Simon Miraudo. New York-based writer/director Joshua Marston made a splash with his feature debut Maria, Full of Grace in 2004; a Spanish-language film that earned star Catalina Sandina Moreno a Best Actress nomination at the 77th Academy Awards. He spent the next six years trying to put […]

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Sydney Film Festival – Day Seven

Sydney Film Festival – Day Seven. By Simon Miraudo. [The following conversation took place sometime between 10pm and 12am on the seventh day of the 2011 Sydney Film Festival, on a flight headed from Sydney to Perth. It is almost entirely verbatim]. ————————————————————— “Is that you personal computer?” “This? No, no, just an iPad.” “It’s so […]

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