SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: In a short period, the relatively young Australian filmmaker Amiel Courtin-Wilson has formed an impressively strong relationship with the selectors of the prestigious Venice Film Festival. His 2011 feature debut Hail...
Amiel Courtin-Wilson’s movie is paying dividends even before it opens in Australia in October.
For a low-budget Australian feature whose only exposure thus far has been the Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne film festivals and a clutch of international fests, Hail is proving to be a strong catalyst for the careers of the key cast and cr...
A bold and uncompromising portrait of a trailblazer.
Director Amiel Courtin-Wilson takes no small steps in his documentary, Bastardy, though the same can’t be said for its central protagonist, Jack Charles, who shuffles about Melbourne’s inner-city streets with a withering gait for much of the film...