The following is a collection of our favourite interviews, podcasts, and articles about various Nexus projects from 2017 onwards.
An online article about NPG’s Maltese /Australian filmmaker Sarah Jayne and her work, including the mention of an upcoming film screening in Malta.
In this interview directors Sarah Jayne and Ivan Malekin talk Friends, Foes & Fireworks, filmmaking, Nexus Production Group, plus reflect on older films and discuss details of new films.
THE FILMMAKERS PODCAST NOVEMBER 2018
Director and writer Sarah Jayne talks to Giles Alderson for 84 Ep 84 - How to Make an Improvised Feature Film in 24hrs on New Years Eve with Sarah Jayne Portelli.
Ivan Malekin and Sarah Jayne talk about how they lost and then rediscovered their love for filmmaking - a how and why response to Friends, Foes & Fireworks
An article breaking down how NPG shot feature film Friends, Foes & Fireworks in a single night & promoting the Udemy course.
Director Sarah Jayne talks Friends, Foes & Fireworks, filmmaking from a women’s perspective, plus a review of the film is given
‘The Power of Improvisation’ written by NPG’s Ivan Malekin, drawing on our experiences with improv techniques and the lessons we’ve learned that can benefit actors.
A list of Australian independent filmmakers who may be designated as the "new wave" of directors within Australia at the moment by counter culture website Pure Shit: Australian Cinema. Includes NPG’s Ivan Malekin.
Interview with co-producer and co-director Ivan Malekin about our experience filming improvised feature In Corpore in Berlin and around the world.
Podcast featuring Ivan Malekin chatting to Alex Ferrari about how exactly Nexus managed to film an entire feature - Friends, Foes & Fireworks - in a single night on New Year's Eve.
The local TVM crew in Malta visit the set of In Corpore during a scene where Anna (Naomi Knight) and Manny (Chris Dingli) visit their family for lunch. Playing the part of the family was Sarah’s Jayne’s real life family - and what stars they were!
Interview with Sarah Jayne about Daughter and the themes of gendered violence and victim blaming.