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Welcome to The Curb. A show that's all about Australian culture, film reviews, interviews, and a whole lot more... Here, you'll find discussions with Australian creatives about their work and their role in Australian culture. To find out more about what this podcast and website is about, head over to this post. Support The Curb on Patreon, and make sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Get in contact with us via our email.
 
Film Talk is a podcast in which the brightest minds in the film industry share insights into their success – the hacks, routines, and principals that have propelled them to the top. For filmmakers who want an edge this is a daily meeting to not be missed!
 
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Still Standing is an Aussie made doco about the golden era of arcade and pinball machines. It's a nostalgic trip down memory lane, where director Brad Gilbertson heads into the legendary arcades around the nation and chats with the people who helped form many childhood memories. Brad is based in Adelaide, and as such frequented local arcades like D…
 
Perth based filmmaker Hassib Kushkaki's feature film Rampage Electra will have its world premiere at the upcoming WA Made Film Festival, which screens at Palace Cinemas Raine Square, Perth, between February 17 to 26. This is a Perth shot action film that features Mikayla Levy as Hannah Electra, a young girl who has a shadowy past that is revealed t…
 
The story of Julie Peters is explored in the documentary The Accidental Archivist, which is screening at the upcoming Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival in Sydney on Monday February 20th alongside the great short Trans Glamoré, about DJ Victoria Anthony. In The Accidental Archivist, Julie tells her story of how her extensive collection of trans-…
 
Filmmaker Phoebe Wolfe's short film The Overthrow tells the story of two friends, Cleo (Annabel Wolfe) and Iris (Miah Madden), who head out in the heat of summer to rollerskate from Sydney to Parliament House in Canberra to protest for more action on climate change. The two set off with the best of intentions, spreading awareness via social media w…
 
The Curb is proudly part of the Auscast Network. Subscribe via RSS feed, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart Radio or Google Podcasts. Flickerfest is one of the leading Academy Award accredited and BAFTA recognised competitive short film festivals in the world. The 2023 festival takes place from January 20-29 in Bondi Beach, Sydney before heading out o…
 
On this episode, I'm joined by emerging Noongar Wongi rapper Ethan Eggington, also known as Inkabee, who recently released his debut single and music video Beat the Odds, and his father Joshua Egginton, aka award-winning Noongar Wongi rapper Flewnt MC. The two talk about the relationship they have working with each other, how Inkabee was inspired b…
 
ACMI (the Australian Centre for the Moving Image) is one of the finest cultural institutions in the nation, sitting in the heart of Melbourne's Federation Square. Over the summer months, ACMI is screening two curated film selections that celebrate some of the best films of 2022 and a series of films that represent and celebrate the season of summer…
 
Kaya, welcome to The Curb podcast. My name is Andrew Peirce and this podcast is recorded in Boorloo, Western Australia. It’s been a while between drinks for this audio podcast, and I’m proud to jump back in with a fascinating discussion with composer and filmmaker Ashley Davies in relation to his new film, album, and art exhibition entitled Gold. G…
 
Here at HEAVY we like nothing more than a bit of off beat humor with explicit and gratuitous lashings of murder, mystery and mayhem thrown in. Luckily for us, the people behind Australia’s latest streaming service AMC+ have given us all that and more with their new series Ultra City Smiths, a stop-motion animated comedy series brought to you by the…
 
Filmmaker and award-winning journalist Yaara Bou Melhem makes their documentary debut with their impressive new film, Unseen Skies. Following artist-activist-writer-musician Trevor Paglen as he makes art out of the plentiful black op sites around the world, Unseen Skies interrogates what it means to be surveilled, what is happening with the wealth …
 
Over six years, a couple battles to stay together as one of them transitions genders; confronting the effects of new body parts, changing gender roles as well as navigating their own evolving sexual identities. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย Auscast Network
 
Filmmaker JJ Winlove has managed an impressive feat for Australian film: having two films released in the same year. With the emotional June Again featuring a trio of excellent performances from Noni Hazelhurst, Claudia Karvan, and Stephen Curry, joining the immersive cinematic experience Crossing Paths, an interactive journey through Sydney as the…
 
With blood, guts, and a whole bunch of indie filmmaking gusto, genre-fiends brother duo Kiah and Tristan Roache-Turner flipped the Aussie film industry on its with the outback-zombie flick Wyrmood: Road of the Dead in 2014. With sci-fi follow up Nekrotronic under their belts, they turned their attention to the hotly anticipated and equally bloody f…
 
The Curb is proudly part of the Auscast Network. Subscribe via RSS feed, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart Radio or Google Podcasts. Download the episode directly here. Shahn Devendran is the series creator and producer of the powerful Amazon and LADbible Australia show, UNHEARD. Telling the story of racism in Australia from the perspective of those …
 
Aussie filmmaker Josephine Croft joins Andrew to discuss her new short film, Grounded, which is currently engaging in festival submissions. In this deep discussion, Josephine talks about how the idea for the stranded horror came about, while also discussing the creative process of making a short film during lockdowns. Find out more about Grounded f…
 
My Cherry Pie is one of the brilliant Aussie horror films screening at the online film fest: A NIGHT OF HORROR INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL. With a clear adoration for horror cinema, My Cherry Pie is a gruesome and hilarious dive into the world of criminals who end up in the wrong part of the country, and in deadly strife. Certain to delight horror …
 
James Ashton is an AACTA Award winning sound designer, known for his work on Lion (which he shared in the Best Sound award at the 2017 AACTA awards), Mortal Kombat, Tanna, and Justin Kurzel's latest film, Nitram. In this deep discussion about Nitram and Lion, James talks about his creative process, the art of building a soundscape, and how one of t…
 
Over the 2019/2020 Australian summer period, the world witnessed some of the worst and most devastating bushfires in modern history. A billion animals died in a traumatic event that the nation is still recovering from. The documentary Inferno Without Borders explores the practice of cool burning implemented by Indigenous Australians and the manner …
 
The Curb is proudly part of the Auscast Network. Subscribe via RSS feed, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart Radio or Google Podcasts. Download the episode directly here. Filmmaker Robert Machoian has crafted a searing depiction of separation and despair in his essential drama, The Killing of Two Lovers. Following David (Clayne Crawford), this narrativ…
 
The Curb is proudly part of the Auscast Network. Subscribe via RSS feed, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart Radio or Google Podcasts. Download the episode directly here. BAFTA Award winning writer, Anthony Mullins, joins Andrew to discuss his new book, Beyond the Hero's Journey: A Screenwriting Guide for When You've Got a Different Story to Tell. In t…
 
The Curb is proudly part of the Auscast Network. Subscribe via RSS feed, Apple Podcasts, or Google Podcasts. Michael Bentham's drama Disclosure is a powerful four-header with Matilda Ridgeway, Mark Leonard Winter, Geraldine Hakewill, and Tom Wren, all impressing in a timely story about two families torn apart by an allegation of abuse. This is sear…
 
Jonathan Alley's powerful documentary, Love in Bright Landscapes, tells the story of David McComb and The Triffids - arguably the greatest West Aussie band to have existed. In this grand interview, Jonathan talks about the long journey to bringing David's story to a film, the power of The Triffids music, while also touching on how it feels to be an…
 
The Curb is proudly part of the Auscast Network. Subscribe via RSS feed, Apple Podcasts, or Google Podcasts. Perth producer, Hannah Ngo, joins Andrew to discuss her new SBS series, Iggy & Ace. Telling the story of two gay best friends, Iggy (Sarah West) and Ace (Josh Virgona), this brilliant comedy series carries a streak of truth to it as the two …
 
The great Erik Thomson joins Andrew to discuss his latest film, James Ashcroft's searing thriller, Coming Home in the Dark. As a working actor that has a varied career that's spanned three decades, Erik has become one of the most iconic figures in Australian TV and film, with roles in Packed to the Rafters and All Saints making him a household name…
 
Lakesedge is the debut novel from Australian author Lyndall Clipstone, and it's a great one. Steeped in gothic romance and fantasy, Lakesedge tells the story of Leta, a girl who finds herself inexplicably drawn to the Lord Under, a sinister death god lurking in the black waters of the lake. Powerful, immersive, and superbly written, Lakesedge will …
 
We all have a creative entity within us, but how do we get to that path of creativity? In Roger Ungers documentary, Finding Creativity, he seeks to answer that question by interviewing various creative minds, like a glass blower, a chef, a musician, and more. And, stretching deeper into the well of creativity, Andrew interviews Roger about his crea…
 
The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival is always home to a plethora of great and varied documentaries from around the globe. This year, the festival will host the deep and moving documentary, Batoor: A Refugee Journey by Walkely Award winning photojournalist, Barat Ali Batoor. Batoor: A Refugee Journey follows Batoor's path from Afghanistan throug…
 
The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival kicks off its in-person in-cinema screenings on July 21st through to July 31st at the Cinema Nova. Screening at this years fest is the film, Mental as Everything: Damon Smith has estimated that he has spent around 50 thousand hours of his life, so far, participating in absurd ritualistic behaviors associated …
 
Charlie and Joel present a special episode of SWITCHCast, as they check out two of the biggest events in Australia's cinematic calendar! To celebrate the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival's full program announcement, we chat to the team behind the line-up, as well as one filmmaker whose film is showing at this year's Melbourne Documentary Film Fe…
 
The Scandinavian Film Festival is fast approaching, and Andrew caught up with the Icelandic Film Centre's Festival Manager, Christof Wehimeier, to discuss all things Nordic with an interview that explores the importance of cultural representation on film, what exactly makes up a Scandinavian film, and the need for festivals like this. Head over to …
 
Perth's Revelation Film Festival has been partially delayed due to lockdowns, but that doesn't stop the films being talked about. Andrew catches up with local filmmaker Sharnya Yates to discuss her short film, Choice, which screens alongside Rebel Dykes. This is a powerful short film that deserves to be seen by all. The plot is: Nina is a caring, l…
 
Perth's Revelation Film Festival kicks off on July 1st and runs through til July 11th. Andrew caught up with festival programmer Richard Sowada to discuss how the festival has changed due to the ongoing pandemic, the impact of streaming services on film festivals, and more. Make sure to head along and check out some of the stellar films screening a…
 
Charlie presents a special episode of SWITCHCast, with an interview with the Festival Director of the Sydney Film Festival, Nashen Moodley. SWITCHCast is privileged to get a sneak peek at the 2021 Sydney Film Festival, as the 22 teaser films for this year are announced. ▸ More of Charlie's interview with Nashen Moodley Sydney Film Festival 2021 Key…
 
Aussie author, screenwriter, and critic, Anthony O'Connor, has landed on the bookshelves of the nation with his debut novel, STRAYA, a post-apocalyptic look at the Australia of the future. I won't drop a synopsis here - you'll have to dig into the interview above for that, and much more, including what goes in to writing a sci-fi novel, the need to…
 
Writer/Director JJ Winlove helms June Again, a powerful drama/comedy about a mother living with dementia, June (Noni Hazelhurst), who has a day of clarity and sets about restoring the fractures in her family. Her kids, Ginny (Claudia Karvan) and Devon (Stephen Curry), have stopped talking to one another, and it's up to June to bring them together o…
 
Charlie, Daniel Ashley and Joel are back for a special SWITCHCast episode to celebrate everything Oscars-related! There's surprise guest stars, giveaways, heated discussions - maybe even arguments - and so much more as we discuss the biggest movies from the past year! Best Picture Nominees ▸ The Father ▸ Judas and the Black Messiah ▸ Mank ▸ Minari …
 
Perth indie filmmaker Levon J. Polinelli made a film, and then, one night, it was stolen from him. Fearing the worst, and having seen countless hours of work disappear immediately, Levon almost gave up hope, until the internet managed to save his film. Now, making its debut at Perth's WA Made Film Festival, a complete version of Everybody Gets Stab…
 
In 2020, I reviewed the utterly hilarious, and downright essential, 600 Bottles of Wine (on Netflix!) and found great comfort and joy with the biting comedy in the show, so much so that I emailed Grace Rouvray and demanded more episodes. One of the cast members was the brilliant Nerida Bronwen who brought superb comedic timing and impressive screen…
 
Every so often, a film comes across your way that manages to reinforce a life perspective that you've long felt alone with feeling. For me, the discussions about end of life care, and voluntary assisted dying, have been something that I've found that we all need to talk about more. As our community ages, we owe it to our loved ones to support their…
 
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