The Five Provocations: Interview with Angie Black

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Anna Dzenis

Drawing inspiration from Miranda July and Mike Leigh, experimental filmmaker Angie Black discusses her improvisational processes and the importance of working in 'the fear space'.

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'If you’re not in the fear space then you’re just emulating what you’ve done before.' Angie Black, director of The Five Provocations.

About the author

Anna Dzenis lectures in the Screen Studies program at La Trobe University.  She is co-editor of the journal Screening the Past.  Her current research is focused on the photofilmic in the work of Tracey Moffatt.