To commemorate the return of Peter Weir to the big screen, Trevor Hogg of Flickering Myth has put together a two-week retrospective honouring the man and his work. We will begin with his feature debut The Cars That Ate Paris (1974) and conclude with the acclaimed director’s latest offering The Way Back. Providing an extra dimension of understanding of the filmmaker and his movies are two of Weir’s frequent collaborators; both Oscar-winning cinematographer Russell Boyd and two-time Academy Award-nominated film editor Lee Smith agreed to be interview about their fellow countryman; their insights have been divided into a series of articles which will be dispersed throughout the blogathon. We are also looking to include a section linking to external articles on Peter Weir and his body of work – if you have written an article and would like to see it included please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The retrospective will run from January 8th to January 21st so feel free to drop by and see what we have in store.
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