Garth Davis’ first feature film Lion, from Luke Davies’ screenplay based on the book “A Long Way Home” by Saroo...
"The budding atmosphere gave the lads’ support bands more than enough adrenaline to work up the crowd just before Alibi’s exodus of bodacious guitar riffs, and the balmy and youthful tinge of For Days and Vicious Trinity. "
"I felt deeply connected to this whale because, not only do we both feed on several species of squid, but our awkward noses give us character."
"I grew up watching Gilmore Girls and I like to think it is the only reason I can read, write and talk at an absurdly fast pace."
"Flynn’s ever-appealing resonator guitar and sombre resonance came forth to greet me like an old friend."
"I see people day-to-day trying to make money from things such as Youtube, which used to be a platform for creatives, and it being milked like the cash cow that it now is. There’s an endless stream of challenge videos and clickbait gaining thousands of views whilst others barely get any credit for original content."
"It’s easy to forget the comfort of a familiar melody or lyric, something that reminds you of time passed, a former self or old friends. For most, The Kid Kapichi’s music is a refreshing call home, to a place of warmth, to Hastings."
"We believe that the act of listening is a gracious and generous act. If you truly listen to someone telling their own story, then you’re letting them know that their story matters and that they matter.”
“I would say I’ve had a lot of sex, Funkle’s had a lot of sex, so has Izak, Jimmy’s had a lot of girlfriends so his sex hasn’t been as diverse."
“They’re slow, fast, loud, girly, macho, nachos and burritos.”
"It’s a tough one – we can still write what we’re happy with away from home but maybe growing up there influenced us enough; it’s kind of pre-meditated."