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This week on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Adam, Dave, Greg and Nick take a look at new release films ‘The BFG,’ ‘The Measure Of A Man,’ ‘Central Intelligence,’ and ‘The Wait’. This episode also contains interviews with Steven Spielberg, Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, John Cabrera (Melbourne WebFest), Thomas Caldwell (MIFF), Jack Sargeant (Revelation Film Festival), Emma Vestrheim (Scandinavian Film Festival), Em Baker (‘Spoke’ ), Jason Burrows (‘The Member’), Nora Niasari (‘The Phoenix’), Jeff Hann (‘The Coffee Man’), Kier-La Janisse (Monster Pictures), Perri Cummings (‘Trench’) and Paul Anthony Nelson (‘Trench’).

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Trench is a “girl powered mystery” shot like a 40s film noir. Writer/director Paul Anthony Nelson has finished shooting the film, but needs extra funding to finish off the final edit and post production work. He has started a crowd funding campaign to raise these funds. Greg spoke to Paul and his co-producer and co-writer Perri Cummings about the film and their plans for Trench.

You can listen to or download our Paul Anthony Nelson/ Perri Cummings interview right here.


Do you want to be involved with a new Australian film? Then ‘Trench’ may just be the film for you. Filmed in Melbourne and with a cast including the likes of Scott Major, Cate Wolfe, Samantha Hill, Perri Cummings, Lulu McClatchy, Dave Lamb, Simon Godfrey, Guy Davis and Leighton Phair ‘Trench’ is a modern day film noir…classic.

Dave G sat down and chatted to the film’s director Paul Anthony Nelson about the hard work that has gone into the film and just how Australian cinemas lovers can help this film get into festivals and cinemas right around the world. For more information on how to help out with the crowdfunding campaign simply check out this website.

You can listen to or download our Paul Anthony Nelson interview right here.