It was a great honour to be one of the judges for the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne. A wonderful event celebrating a very popular culture of the world. Photo courtesy of IFF
With six AFIs, a Golden Globe and an Emmy Nomination, the Indian Film Festival Melbourne 2019 awards welcomes Fred Schepisi aboard our second jury… Read more
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“…filmmaking at its absolute finest… all Academy members should watch every year before voting on Best Picture.” Greg Wright of New-Release Tuesday looks at ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ – read more
Schepisi has steered Meryl Streep to an Oscar nomination for “A Cry in the Dark”, did the same for Stockard Channing in “Six Degrees of Separation”, and nabbed a Golden Globe for “Empire Falls”.
Australian filmmakers say an influx of foreign directors into advertising is robbing local talent of opportunities…
“Now there’s a person whose yin and yang are beautifully integrated… He’s understood visually so much of how I understood perceptions…”
“Ever thought the world has become like a Coles store for culture, where everything is going down, down, down…”
Fred Schepisi talks to EW about Words and Pictures, Roxanne, Six Degrees of Separation, and working with Paul Newman on Empire Falls.
Fred with Paul Newman on the set of Empire Falls
Tarantino has chosen to screen Fred Schepisi’s The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith, and will be joined by Schepisi.
Fred Schepisi with Quentin Tarantino and Thomas Keneally after the screening of The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith.
When Fred Schepisi organised a first meeting for Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche for his new movie, he could not have scripted it better.