Filmoria sat down with leading actress, Autumn Kendrick to chat about life before Los Angeles and her hilarious new...
Ahead of the World premiere screening of REBORN at Arrow Video FrightFest Halloween, Julian Richards discusses the torturerous challenges...
Filmoria sat down with Director-Producer Robert Rippberger, from Aletheia Films, to talk about his latest film project he’s producing...
Ahead of Horror Channel’s premiere of zombie romcom IBIZA UNDEAD, FILMORIA ask actress and producer MARCIA DO VALES 10 scary questions. When did your interest in horror films begin? About the age of 11 or 12, I started enjoying watching horror films, after my parents had gone to bed.... Read more
Filmoria sat down with leading actress, Autumn Kendrick to chat about life before Los Angeles and her hilarious new TV show, ‘Scuba Love’. Can you tell us about your early beginnings growing up in Canada, and how you transitioned to life in Los Angeles? My first trips away from... Read more
Ahead of the World premiere screening of REBORN at Arrow Video FrightFest Halloween, Julian Richards discusses the torturerous challenges of DADDY’S GIRL, why he wishes every actress was like Barbara Crampton and future plans, including directing the English language remake of RABIES. Q: After six years away from directing,... Read more
Are you really named Christopher after horror icon Christopher Lee? Sure am, my mum loved him as an actor and I guess I scored his name. Your past horrors – DADDY’S LITTLE GIRL, COME AND GET ME, CHARLIE’S FARM – were all R rated and came with some controversy.... Read more
You played a Street Demon in director Jason Lei Howden’s FrightFest favourite DEATHGASM. Is the New Zealand film community that small? I didn’t play a street demon; I am a street demon. The film community in NZ is small enough for most active people to know most other active... Read more
What first attracted you to actor Gregory Blair’s script? When Templeheart gave me the script of HERETIKS (although it was a different title at the time), the one thing that really grabbed my interest was the opportunity to do a creepy period horror, set in 17th Century England. I’d... Read more
Jim Capobianco is a story artist, animator and writer, whose career has extended to an Academy Award-nomination for the family fun movie, Ratatouille. We spoke with Jim about some of his career highlights, to date, and what he has in store for us in the near future. Can... Read more
Filmoria sat down with Director-Producer Robert Rippberger, from Aletheia Films, to talk about his latest film project he’s producing called ‘The Inventor’ and his passion for creating entertaining films with an impact. Can you tell us about how you got started in the entertainment world, and the formation of... Read more
Jon Voight is a veteran actor whose career has spanned decades and extended to awards wins in the form of an Academy Award and multiple Golden Globes. Having starred in a variety of roles, the father of Angelina Jolie now takes on what is a rather personal and warming... Read more
Filmoria sat down with Aussie star, Hanna Griffiths to talk about her latest comedy-filmWhite Crows’ and life on set of the multi award-winning TV series Underbelly. Thank you, Hanna, for chatting with us. We caught your latest movie White Crows recently. Can you tell us about the movie? It... Read more
Released in UK cinemas this Friday, Battle Of The Sexes is the story of two public figures – tennis champion Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) and former player turned businessman and hustler, Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) – who played an exhibition match in 1973 to prove a point. Riggs’s... Read more
Writer/director Sally Potter’s “dinner party from hell”, The Party, made an early appearance at last week’s London Film Festival and then promptly transferred to cinemas around the country. A top-drawer ensemble cast get their teeth into what is simultaneously a character study and an examination of the challenges and... Read more