Cordaiy, Hunter
September 2009
Metro;Sep2009, Issue 162, p18
Academic Journal
An interview with Australian film director Ana Kokkinos is presented. She states that her latest film Blessed is about developing family relationships. When asked how did she scripted moments of radiance, she refers that she develop it in the screenplay. She also mentions that her latest film is a contemporary take on the current Australian society.


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