Genevieve Bailey got into the film scene early, shooting backyard videos from 8 years old. Since then she has made over 40 shorts, documentaries and music videos that have screened internationally at festivals and received over 25 awards. Her first feature doco, I Am Eleven is screening at The Mercury in Adelaide and in select cinemas across the country. Shot across 15 countries in 12 languages, I Am Eleven follows the story of eleven year olds and what they have to say about the world.
Our new addition to the Behind the Screens team, Jordan Archer, talks to Gen about the filming process. Tune in next week for the second part of the interview.
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The 2012 SA Raw Nerve finalist have been announced. We bang on a bit about Raw Nerve as it’s one of the first steps on the film funding ladder, something many filmmakers have to climb if they want to pursue the funding model of filmmaking. Eleanor Perry, is one of the producers behind the three selected films, The Colour of Kerosene. She came into the studio to chat about the film, the pre production process and her day job working on children’s TV.
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In light of the tragic shooting at the midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colarado, we spoke briefly on the responses by Warner Bros studios and the filmmakers.
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“Panopticon” – The Smashing Pumpkins
“Was It You” – Spoon, from Fast Food Nation (2006)
“Peaches” – The Presidents of the United States of America
“Traversing The Universe” – The Laurels
“Map Of Diagrams” – Static Information
“Calypso” – Van She
“Are You Having A Laugh?” – The Beat Co.