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Publication Date: Metro : Media & Education Magazine; St Kilda Iss. 129/130, (Spring 2001): 232-237,2.
Before shooting started on The Rabbit Proof Fence, Ingo Petzke and Ian Stocks were able to conduct three lengthy interview sessions for their upcoming book, You Like to Watch - Don't You? Phillip Noyce and His Films. Noyce was extremely cooperative and approximately forty hours of material was recorded. This article re-assembles some personal remarks on more general aspects of the film-making process.
Alternative Entrances: Phillip Noyce and Sydney's Counterculture. by Ingo Petzke
The article focuses on Australian film maker Phillip Noyce's beginnings when he grew up in the midst of the counterculture of the late sixties. It is stated that after experiences that changed their lives, millions of young people his age joined the various movements of the day and the counterculture was a turbulent time in artistic circles in Sydney as elsewhere.
Phillip Noyce: Life in the movie circus by Peter Galvin
Publication Date: Inside Film. Sep2004, Issue 69, p22-28. 7p. 4 Color Photographs, 2 Black and White Photographs.
The article focuses on Australian filmmaker Phillip Noyce, the director of such high grossing films as "Patriot Games," "Clear and Present Danger" and "The Bone Collector." Ingo Petzke has written a biography of Noyce titled "Phillip Noyce: Backgrounds to Hollywood," which features technical insights, personal history and a critique of recent Hollywood films.
Publication Date: Inside Film. Sep2010, Issue 135, p39-40. 2p. 2 Color Photographs.
The article highlights the return of Australian director Phillip Noyce in directing action-thriller movies in Hollywood with his latest film "Salt". It presents the storyline of the spy thriller film with Tom Cruise who was originally set to play the lead role but the film maker decided to rewrite the character for a female lead starring Angelina Jolie. Noyce narrates his first experience as a director in Hollywood in which studios were attempting to cut costs.
Publication Date: Cinema Papers. May97, Issue 116, p34. 4p. 2 Color Photographs, 3 Black and White Photographs
Presents an interview with Phillip Noyce, a film director of some of the most reputed films from `Patriot Games' (1992) and `Clear and Present Danger' (1994). Country which Noyce prefers working in; Background information on the production of `The Saint.' INSET: The Saint..