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Interview: Shane Jacobson (Santa’s Apprentice, Kenny)

Interview: Shane Jacobson (Santa’s Apprentice, Kenny). By Simon Miraudo. Shane Jacobson is a comforting presence, whether it’s on the screen or on the other end of a telephone line. Since breaking out in the 2006 surprise hit Kenny – a performance that earned him an AFI award for Best Actor – he has popped up […]

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Interview: Bobby Farrelly; co-director of Hall Pass, There’s Something About Mary

Interview: Bobby Farrelly; co-director of Hall Pass, There’s Something About Mary. By Simon Miraudo. When they’re not too busy giving each other noogies, brotherly filmmaking duos can make one hell of a mark on cinema. Just look at the Coen brothers or the Marx brothers or the Hughes brothers’ or the Nolan brotherss. Bobby and […]

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Kenny – Making It In America

The home-grown classic Kenny has finally made it to America, and it’s getting rave reviews. The exploits of Kenny Smythe, port-a-loo expert and all around nice-guy, were documented by brothers Shane and Clayton Jacobson back in 2006, and the film was a critical and commerical hit. The mockumentary combined two of the greatest aspects of […]

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