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Flickering Myth presents a detailed look at the work of internationally renowned Australian filmmaker Peter Weir...
Weir Did He Go? Flickering Myth Welcomes Back Peter Weir
Trevor Hogg introduces the Peter Weir Blogathon.
A Weir View: A Peter Weir Profile
Trevor Hogg profiles the career of director Peter Weir in a two-part article from 2009.
Trevor Hogg discusses the making of The Way Back.
Picture Perfect: A conversation with cinematographer Russell Boyd
The Cars That Ate Paris, 1974.
Trevor Hogg continues his Peter Weir retrospective with a look at the director's tenth feature...
Directed by Peter Weir.
Two airplane crash survivors react very differently to the traumatic event. Carla Rodrigo is catatonic over the lost of her baby, while Max Klein continuously pushes the boundaries between life and death. Through each other they are able to reconnect with the world.
Australian filmmaker Peter Weir brought Rafeal Yglesias’ novel Fearless to the big screen in 1993. To ensure a realistic reenactment of the tragedy, Weir went to Sioux City, Iowa to interview six people who survived the actual plane crash depicted in the film. Their first hand knowledge proved to be indispensable to him. “They told me about the feeling of living 45 minutes with the knowledge that the plane might crash and that they could die, »
2 items from 2011
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