Part documentary, part invasion movie, part comedy and part creature feature, director Mark Lewis’s Cane Toads: The Conquest is a roaring nonfiction feature about the devastating effects the introduction of cane toads have had on Australia. An uproariously entertaining hybrid feature, available to watch to 3D in some venues across Australia, it is a sequel of sorts to his 1988 film on the same subject. Shortly before the release of Cane Toads: The Conquest I spoke with the candid and articulate Lewis about many of the film’s talking points.

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