Long before she landed what is arguably her most iconic role to date, Cassandra Magrath was burning it up on Aussie screens. She was a regular on iconic TV shows like Ocean Girl and SeaChange, she guested on high profile programs Janus and Blue Heelers, and scored her movie debut in the 1996 comedy Hotel de Love. But it was her starring role in 2005’s terrifying smash hit horror Wolf Creek that cemented her in pop culture.
Since then, Cassandra’s been spotted in films, TVs, and music video, with credits that include Neighbours, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, Summer Coda, Utopia, Wentworth, Jack Irish, and heaps more.
Now, she is preparing to close out 2018 with her greatest role to date: Hell Is For Hyphenates guest host!
But who has she chosen to talk about on the show?
None other than Lars von Trier!
Von Trier is the notorious and award-winning filmmaker who co-founded the notorious Dogme 95 movement. He’s best known for Breaking the Waves, The Idiots, Dancer in the Dark, Dogville, Antichrist, Melancholia, and Nyphomaniac, and his upcoming film The House That Jack Built has already courted its own share of controversy.
He is as divisive as his films, and rarely makes a film that doesn’t rile up audiences and critics alike.
So what it is about his work that Cassandra finds so intriguing?
Join us on December 31 when we find out!