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Project Eden: Volume 1 Co-Director/Writer Terrance M. Young Interview - The Last New Wave

 
Project Eden: Volume 1 is an ambitious genre event that was filmed across multiple countries and will - as the title suggests - span across multiple films. Co-written and co-directed by Terrance M. Young and Ashlee Jensen, Project Eden: Volume 1 shifted the ways that films in Australia are released, with pre-release hype built up through various genre festivals around Australia. Andrew was able to talk to Terrance M. Young to discuss the film.



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