Warren Ellis

The Kid LAROI just snagged his first ever Grammy Nomination

November 24, 2021

On the day when Australians are set to celebrate the best music of the last year courtesy of the ARIAs (airing tonight at 7.30pm), one of the night’s big performers has also enjoyed the news that he’s nominated for Best New Artist at the mother-flipping Grammy Awards in the USA. That artist is none other […]

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Warren Ellis talks about scoring Bad Girl, returning to the stage with Nick Cave and the future of Dirty Three

April 20, 2017

Fresh from making the score for National Geographic’s Mars miniseries, Warren Ellis – acclaimed musician and member of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Grinderman and Dirty Three has just created an original score for the new Australian thriller Bad Girl. He spoke to us about his approach for this project, recently returning to the stage with Nick Cave […]

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Cannes acclaimed film Hell of High Water starring Star Trek‘s Chris Pine gets a trailer

July 5, 2016

Following its acclaimed appearance at Cannes, as part of the Un Certain Regard section, the film Hell or High Water was picked up by Madman Entertainment for Australian distribution – which is expected later in the year. And today they’re teasing this release with the first trailer for the film. The film comes from the […]

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Nick Cave and Warren Ellis collaborate again for Loin Des Hommes soundtrack

April 6, 2015

Much loved Australian musician Nick Cave and his Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds collaborator Warren Ellis have once again taken their musical talents to the screen with their latest motion picture score for upcoming film Loin des Hommes, starring Viggo Mortensen. This is the twelfth motion picture collaboration for the pair, who together have […]

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Exclusive Interview: Tender Director Lynette Wallworth and Producer Kath Shelper at Sydney Film Festival.

June 20, 2014

The Iris meets the Director and Producer of the Sydney Film Festival 2014 premiere Australian Documentary Tender – Lynette Wallworth and Kath Shelper, respectively. We discuss the film, its future screening on ABC TV, the subject matter (the community of Port Kembla coming together to set up a non-profit funeral business) and the music of […]

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