TV presenter, actress and comedian Julia Zemiro (RockWiz, Eurovision, Home Delivery, QI) joins the show to look at the new releases of November 2013, ask why prose in films is so frequently terrible, and check out the fascinating career of director Ang Lee.
The Chaser’s Chris Taylor guest hosts to talk the films of October 2013, check out the legendary comedies of Zucker-Abrahams-Zucker, and explore the impossible eclectic filmography of Rob Reiner.
Comedian-writer-actress Tegan Higginbotham joins the Hyphenates to talk the films of September 2013, predict the future of cinema, and look at the filmography of mega-budget maestro James Cameron.
Sydney Morning Herald film critic Giles Hardie joins us to talk the films of August 2013, and look over the career of perhaps the best-known filmmaker of all time, Steven Spielberg.
Actress, filmmaker and TV presenter Kristy Best joins the Hyphenates to debate the films of 2013, celebrate the career of writer/director Adrienne Shelly, and delve into the filmography of Danish auteur Susanne Bier.
Writer and literary journalist Angela Meyer joins the Hyphenates to talk the films of June 2013, and discuss the filmography of the legendary Billy Wilder.
Ozploitation legend Brian Trenchard-Smith joins us for our third anniversary show, in which we debate the films of May 2013, pitch Disney our own ideas for standalone Star Wars films, and check out the career of auteur extraordinaire Quentin Tarantino.
Film critic and commentator Jeremy Smith (Mr Beaks on Ain’t It Cool News) joins the Hyphenates to debate the films of April 2013, discuss the all-too-brief career of filmmaker Fabián Bielinsky, and explore the expansive and surprising filmography of director Brian De Palma.
Actress Cate Wolfe (ABC1′s The Dr Blake Mysteries) joins the Hyphenates to compare notes on the new releases of March 2013, ask what the “Veronica Mars” Kickstarter campaign means for the future of crowdfunding, and check out the filmography of the legendary and mysterious Swedish auteur Roy Andersson.
Actress and filmmaker Victoria Thaine (The Loved Ones, Caterpillar Wish) joins the Hyphenates to review the cinema releases of February 2013, find out what it means when we say a character is “unlikeable”, and go through the the amazing films of writer/director Alexander Payne.