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Secret City director Emma Freeman remembers Vca Film and Television School, where she studied for three years in the early 2000.s, .as a place where .a lot of people were really scraping things together to make their movie..
.That's what I loved about that school., Freeman says..
.It taught me about being a storyteller and it also taught me to be resourceful. Never to be limited by what you have..
Vca Film and TV is celebrating 50 years of scraping things together this year, from its opening at Swinburne in 1966 to the jump to the Vca in 1992 and beyond.
..I had no idea what I wanted to do when I completed the course,. Baker says.
.I didn't really know that I wanted to be a cinematographer, even though »
- Harry Windsor
Schepisi said he was thrilled to have another chance to collaborate with Owen.
.Particularly on a project this intriguing," he said. "He is perfect for the role...
The screenplay has been adapted by Cameron and Bialkower. Production is scheduled for next spring in Europe with post production to follow in Australia..
Andorra is a romantic thriller set against a dreamscape where nothing is as it appears..
Owen will star as Alexander Fox, a bookseller who leaves »
- Staff Writer
Going in to Cannes, no sales agent or studio distribution structure has yet been announced for the picture which is scheduled to shoot next spring in Europe, with post production to follow in Australia.
Producers are Bialkower for Jump Street Films and Lizzette Atkins for Unicorn Films. Academy Award nominee and BAFTA winner James Ivory (“The Remains of the Day”, “Howards End”) is the executive producer.
The story follows an American who settles in the tiny country of Andorra, meets an Australian couple and »
- Patrick Frater
Exclusive: Clive Owen has boarded Andorra, a romantic thriller based on Peter Cameron’s novel which has Roxanne helmer Fred Schepisi directing. This is a reteam for Owen and Schepisi who previously collaborated on 2013’s Words And Pictures. Jamie Bialkower is producing for Melbourne-based Jump Street Films and Lizzette Atkins for Unicorn Films. James Ivory is exec producing with a spring 2017 production start scheduled in Europe and post-production to follow in… »
[Editor's Note: This post is presented in partnership with Time Warner Cable Movies On Demand in support of Indie Film Month. Today's pick, "The Diary of a Teenage Girl," is available now On Demand. Need help finding a movie to watch? Let TWC find the best fit for your mood here.] Read More: Sex and the Revolutionary Female Perspective in Marielle Heller's 'Diary of a Teenage Girl' Marielle Heller's Sundance hit "The Diary of a Teenage Girl" is not your average coming of age story. Based on Phoebe Gloeckner's graphic novel 2002 "The Diary of a Teenage Girl: An Account in Words and Pictures," the film bravely and brazenly turns its taboo subject matter — the sexual awakening of a teenage girl — into a funny, smart and honest story that entertains as much as it educates. Heller's debut feature stars Bel Powley as Minnie Goetze, a precocious 15-year-old muddling her way through the swinging scene »
- Kate Erbland
Phoebe Gloeckner's special comic strip, talking about how she felt seeing her graphic novel adapted for the screen.
It's a comic strip that puts across how Phoebe felt about having a film made out of her teenage experiences. Her original graphical novel, The Diary Of A Teenage Girl: An Account In Words And Pictures was the source for the film itself.
To load up the artwork, just click on the gallery widget. There are six panels in all.
The Diary Of A Teenage Girl, meanwhile, is on DVD now.
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