The Wax Conspiracy

Sydney Film Festival 2013, a selection: post-credit music plays softly

Dirty Wars

Director: Rick Rowley
Writers: David Riker, Jeremy Scahill


Director: Chan-wook Park
Writers: Wentworth Miller, Erin Cressida Wilson (contributing writer)

The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear

Director: Tinatin Gurchiani
Writer: Tinatin Gurchiani

Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer

Directors: Mike Lerner, Maxim Pozdorovkin

The Iceman

Director: Ariel Vromen
Writers: Morgan Land (screenplay), Ariel Vromen (screenplay)

Midnight's Children

Director: Deepa Mehta
Writers: Salman Rushdie (screenplay), Deepa Mehta, Rutvik Oza

Michael H - Profession: Director

Director: Yves Montmayeur
Writer: Yves Montmayeur

White Elephant

Director: Pablo Trapero
Writers: Alejandro Fadel, Martín Mauregui, Santiago Mitre, Pablo Trapero


Directors: Rob Epstein, Jeffrey Friedman
Writer: Andy Bellin

You're Next

Director: Adam Wingard
Writer: Simon Barrett

Published on Tuesday, 9 July 2013

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