Filmoria sat down with Director-Producer Robert Rippberger, from Aletheia Films, to talk about his latest film project he’s producing...
Jon Voight is a veteran actor whose career has spanned decades and extended to awards wins in the form...
Filmoria sat down with Aussie star, Hanna Griffiths to talk about her latest comedy-filmWhite Crows’ and life on set...
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
With The Ritual having proved at this year’s Toronto Film Festival that horror is still well and truly on the map, we took the opportunity to pose some questions to Director of Photography, Andrew Shulkind, as he talked the horror genre, working on the film and much more… Horror... Read more
With Annabelle: Creation still making waves in recent weeks and paving the way for IT to dominate this past week’s box office, we posed some questions to the sequel’s cinematographer Maxime Alexandre, as he discussed his approach to creating the feel of a great horror and much more… With... Read more
Having played a minor yet pivotal role in Edgar Wright’s recent smash hit Baby Driver, actress Allison King took time out from her busy schedule to talk about working on the film and her future endeavours… You’ve recently been seen in Edgar Wright’s brilliant Baby Driver. In a nutshell... Read more
Filmoria sat down with triple threat Lakshmi Devy to talk about her new TV Pilot drama ‘A Happy Divorce’, new hilarious web-series “Wank Bank” and her passion for writing-producing her own screenplays. Can you tell us about your latest TV-pilot ‘A Happy Divorce’ directed by Jamal Hodge? We recently... Read more
One of the stars of Netflix’s hit original show, A Series Of Unfortunate Events, Matty Cardarople, recently spoke to Filmoria about being involved in such an imaginative and exciting world, working with Neil Patrick Harris, Jurassic World and his other ventures… Netflix properties are increasing by the month to... Read more
Romance, bio-pic and a look at a lesser known art form, Maudie isn’t a film that fits neatly into a single category. The story of Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis traces her fight for independence, her stormy but ultimately happy relationship with the reclusive Everett Lewis and her eventual... Read more