Razorback – 1984 – Russell Mulcahy – The Last New Wave

Razorback

On the last of the look at the Australian New Wave series, Andrew is joined by artist Simon Sherry to discuss Russell Mulcahy’s directorial debut – Razorback – aka the film with the giant pig. In this episode we not only touch on the film itself, but then we go on to discuss at length some of the great forgotten Australian films that are crying out for DVD releases.

Outside of creating some great art, Simon also works for Umbrella Entertainment – the place where films like Razorback find a home on physical release.

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Visit and buy films from Umbrella Entertainment here.

Listen to the previous Australian New Wave episodes below:

Wake in Fright – 1970 – Ted Kotcheff – Guest Michael Denniston
The Man From Hong Kong – 1975 – Brian Trenchard-Smith – Guest Miranda Sadjak
The Man From Hong Kong – Interview with Director Brian Trenchard-Smith
Puberty Blues – 1981 – Bruce Beresford – Guest Bernadette Peirce
Razorback – 1984 – Russell Mulcahy – Guest Simon Sherry

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