Whilst driving back to Perth on my recent trip up to Geraldton for a new project I'm currently developing, I took a few of these shots at Leeman's jetty. It's a lovely little seaside town.
Gallipoli may very well be the biggest television show, directed by a single director, in Australian history. In my chat with Glendyn Ivin he speaks about how he directed this epic series, working with a massive cast and crew, as well as talking about his earlier projects including Puberty Blues and Last Ride.Read More
I once discovered these Cinemosaics from Lou Romano's blog and the Pixar art books and have really fallen in love with how these colours tell the story of so many films.
So I've decided to make a bunch of my own.
Without a doubt, Gone Girl is one of the best films of the year, and it's editing feels so precise that even the title sequence seems to appear and vanish before at almost a frame after you've read it.
So it's pretty incredible to see the split-screen editing Kirk Baxter and David Fincher were doing to trim this film within an inch of its life, and in doing so made its 149 minutes fly by.
Can't wait to see what these guys do next.
Blake Ayshford has had a bumper 2014, having written Cut Snake, show run Devil's Playground and written episodes of The Code. In this interview he talks about his career, the trends towards shorter run TV series along with his working relationships with some of Australia's best directorsRead More
Hugh Sullivan speaks to me about his first feature, The Infinite ManRead More