IF Magazine – INTERVIEW
IF Magazine – HOMECOMING QUEENS
Screen Australia – HOMECOMING QUEENS
Screen Australia – GENDER MATTERS
SBS News – GENDER MATTERS
RMIT University Alumni Column – PROFILE INTERVIEW
Screen NSW – TINSELTOWN
Melbourne University Alumni Magazine – PROFILE INTERVIEW
Art Olympics – PROFILE INTERVIEW
Variety – SUICIDE AND ME (ADG awards)
The Hollywood Reporter – SUCIDE AND ME (ADG awards)
Screen Hub – SUICIDE AND ME (Interview)
Screen Hub – SUICIDE AND ME
Short of the Week – BRUCE LEE PLAYED BADMINTON TOO
The Times (Germany) – BRUCE LEE PLAYED BADMINTON TOO
Ain’t It Cool News – BRUCE LEE PLAYED BADMINTON TOO
Asian Australian Film Forum Network – BRUCE LEE PLAYED BADMINTON TOO
Asian Australian Film Forum Network – PROFILE INTERVIEW
The Huffington Post – SUICIDE AND ME
Trending Central – SUICIDE AND ME
Sydney Morning Herald Review – SUICIDE AND ME
Peril Magazine – ZERO TO HERO
Inner West Courier Interview – HAPPY COUNTRY
Lip Magazine Interview – KEEP ME SAFE TONIGHT
Seen and Heard Interview – KEEP ME SAFE TONIGHT
Melbourne Weekly Magazine – WONDER BOY
JOY 94.9fm with Amy Bastow – PROFILE INTERVIEW: Podcast
MX Newspaper – BRUCE LEE PLAYED BADMINTON TOO
Peril Magazine – PROFILE INTERVIEW
Review from Asian Australian Film Forum – WONDER BOY
Progress Leader Newspaper – HAPPY COUNTRY
Bursting with off-beat humour, this brilliantly cast short film manages to highlight the ways in which parents routinely squash their children’s confidence whilst also revealing suburban Australia’s usually hidden fear of the growing Asian populace.
– Interfilm Berlin, on Bruce Lee Played Badminton Too.
Happy Country is warm and funny and the voice is original and clear…it explores the fact that humour is often the last thing to travel across cultures. This is subtle and nuanced story telling well handled.
– Sue Brookes, Director of Japanese Story
Wonder Boy beautifully captures a child caught between two cultures, two worlds. It entertained me, made me laugh out loud several times, educated, informed me as to migrants’ difficulties and experiences in moving to and growing up here in Australia…A clever script is perfectly realised by its writer-director. The narrative has layers, meanings to it and that’s hard to achieve in a short film.
– John Ruane, Director of Death in Brunswick
Wonder boy is sweet, engaging, and assured…it is told with wit, intelligence, and a minimum of didacticism. It is warm without being saccharine and carefully and confidently structured.
– Joel Anderson, Director of Lake Mungo
Bruce Lee Played Badminton Too was so funny. But we think you can make more money if you made horror films.
– Mum and Dad