Residue Short Film Director Kori Reay-Mackey and Producer Dan Thom Interview


Almost a year ago, Perth filmmakers Kori Reay-Mackey and Dan Thom launched a gofundme campaign for their short film, Residue. Now, a year on, Residue is complete and finalised, and having seen the final cut, I can say it’s been worth the wait.

Way back before cameras were rolling, Andrew caught up with Kori and Dan to talk about their work and what they had planned for Residue. You can listen to that interview here (apologies for the poor audio). Now, after the film has wrapped, Andrew catches up with Kori and Dan once again to talk about the making of the film and what they learned. It’s a long interview, but full of great insights into what goes into making a short film.

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Andrew F Peirce

Andrew is passionate about Australian film and culture. He is the co-chair of the Australian Film Critics Association, a Golden Globes voter, and the author of two books on Australian film, The Australian Film Yearbook - 2021 Edition, and Lonely Spirits and the King. You can find him online trying to enlist people into the cult of Mac and Me.

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