One of the oddest things about making a film and setting it free is seeing it appear in unexpected places – like this Spanish review of the movie at Zona Zero. (We’re assured it says nice... Read more →
We've been quiet lately, huh? News is limited while we inch toward getting our next project off the ground.
(Of course, EXIT remains available to watch right now! Rent or buy it in HD! Recommend it... Read more →
With its long-awaited - by us, anyway - release in Australia via iTunes, a few local reviews have appeared. First in The Big Issue, where Anthony Morris writes about EXIT and its VOD release:. "This... Read more →
If you're in Melbourne on February 19th, you have the opportunity to see EXIT surrounded by the city that inspired it. Rooftop Cinema is presenting a special screening of the film, and they describe... Read more →
After a few months of availability on demand in North America, EXIT has finally expanded its reach to its place of birth. It just seemed wrong somehow that those who walk the same streets as in the... Read more →
Are 'Best Of' lists just "sports for non-sport people", as critic Emily Nussbaum once put it? Maybe. But it's amazing how different they feel when something you made appears on one...
EXIT appears... Read more →
Along with iTunes and Amazon Instant, EXIT is now available to watch on Hulu if you're in the USA. (Why not watch it on all three?).
If you're somewhere else in the world? We'll have some exciting... Read more →
If you've been curious to see EXIT but haven't caught it at its festival appearances, it's finally available via the wonders of video on demand. (Well, available in the US and Canada, anyway. We're... Read more →
There is a giant, disused building in the middle of the city. Its location is a carefully guarded secret, but right now it's being covertly transformed into a unique performance space for Melbourne... Read more →
Back in May, EXIT played to a packed cinema at the SCI-FI-LONDON film festival. We wish we could have attended in person, but were hugely pleased with everything we heard about the film's... Read more →
Just before EXIT's premiere at Fantasia, Anne Richey from Screenhub got some of the people behind the movie on the phone to explain its long, winding evolution.
"One of the stories was about 'a cult... Read more →
EXIT was finished only a few days before we stuffed it into our carry-on luggage and began the long journey from Melbourne to Montreal for the 15th annual Fantasia Festival. And we had a blast while... Read more →
Over at Spectacular Optical, Kier-La Janisse writes a great piece about three examples of "cerebral sci-fi" showing at this year's Fantasia Festival: Mike Cahill’s Another Earth, William... Read more →
For the technically-minded out there, EXIT was just featured in a long piece over at Digital Media World. It tracks how technology changed over the three years of shooting, and how how "future proof"... Read more →
We’re pleased as hell to finally be able to announce that the world premiere of EXIT will be at the upcoming Fantasia Festival in Montreal! . Fantasia has been described by Quentin Tarantino as... Read more →
Just out of curiosity, we quizzed some of the crew on what film they thought would best complement EXIT if watched as a double feature in a single sitting. (The first answer – “What about... Read more →
There's some big news looming for EXIT, so we thought it was time we finally embraced twitter. Feel free to follow us for updates, links, and the occasional bad joke. We're also on facebook if you're... Read more →
There was never any real discussion about what our film would be called. It was always EXIT; nothing else made sense. . 'Exit' isn't exactly an unpopular title in cinema, though. There's a Swiss... Read more →
"In early April, I began to move in a different world. I was conscious of a new plane. I had a new relationship to space." . Recently the must-listen science podcast RadioLab examined the case of... Read more →
EXIT is featured over on the excellent TwitchFilm, who focus on international, independent and cult cinema. They write:. "Vague, abstract, but definitely a tease, the first footage for Australian,... Read more →
Here's Patrick McCabe, EXIT's editor, interviewed by the AFI as one of Australia's emerging editors.
AFI: What is it about editing that you love? What’s your favourite thing about it?. .... Read more →
Welcome to EXIT.
We all feel like we've been making this movie for so long that it should be showing up on late night TV just before the infomercials kick in - but now, as it's only inches from... Read more →