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Interview: Filmmaker Kasimir Burgess

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In his debut feature, Fell – now screening at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image – Australian filmmaker Kasimir Burgess explores a world of silence, concentration, grief and will. It’s a fundamental story that takes unexpected turns and a quietly unpredictable vision of transformation. Thomas and Alexander had a chat to Kasimir about the production. 

Interviewers: Alexander Senese-Jones, Thomas Senese-Jones

Producer: Nabila Petrucci 

 

https://www.acmi.net.au/film/australian-perspectives/fell/

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