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PODCAST: Murmur Radio Chats to David Michôd about the "State of Australia" - it's art, its light, its craft, and its psyche

This is almost an hour of David chatting with Murmur Radio – which you can listen to HERE or download on iTunes.  David starts at around 15 mins

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David Michôd Featuring in .@nashedgerton TV Directorial Debut "Mr Inbetween"

“Mr Inbetween” is the first Australian crime drama to be produced by FX in Australia. According to IF.com:

Now shooting in Sydney, the 6 x 30’ comedy/drama also features David Michôd, the writer-director of Netflix’s…

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Professional Brad- War Machine Film Review

Brad Pitt is known for his good looks and excellent dialogue delivery in war films like Inglorious Bastards and Allied. When it came to the Netflix film War Machine, there is a new twist. 165 more words

David Michôd & @bluetonguefilms are again Ambassadors for .@AACTA #SocialShorts in 2017

David and Blue Tongue Films are again Ambassadors for #SocialShorts in 2017.  What are #SocialShorts you ask?  From AACTA:

Excellence in short film has been recognised and awarded by the Australian Film Institute (AFI) and the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) since 1970.

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Dev Patel and Ben Stiller to Star in the Grisly, Blood-Soaked True Story of the Chippendales

In light of the wild commercial success of Magic Mike (and, to a lesser extent, its sequel), it’s frankly a little surprising we haven’t been deluged with male stripper movies. 224 more words


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A successful, charismatic four-star general, Glenn McMahon, leaps in like a rock star to command NATO forces in Afghanistan, only to be taken down by a journalist’s no-holds-barred exposé. 100 more words

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PODCAST: Jeff Goldsmith of @Backstory_Mag #WarMachine Q&A with David Michôd

Jeff Goldsmith chats with David about War Machine, Animal Kingdom, the pressures of making films, talks about working with Luke Davis on adapting Catch 22 (TV show) and right at the end David talks “King” – his script with Joel Edgerton that he hopes they will film next year.   26 more words

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