Advances to a dual-scale modeling approach  are presented to describe turbulent phase interface dynamics in a large-eddy-simulation-type spatial filtering context. Spatial filtering of the governing equations introduces several sub-filter terms that require modeling. Instead of developing individual closure-models for the terms associated with the interface, the dual-scale approach uses an exact closure by explicitly filtering a fully resolved realization of the phase interface. This resolved realization is maintained on a high-resolution over-set mesh. The advection equation for the phase interface on this DNS scale requires a model for the fully resolved interface advection velocity. This velocity is the sum of the filter scale LES velocity, available from the LES flow solver, and the sub-filter velocity fluctuation. The sub-filter velocity fluctuation is due to sub-filter turbulent eddies, reconstructed using a local fractal interpolation technique . Results of the dual-scale model are compared to recent DNS of unit density and viscosity contrast interfaces in homogeneous isotropic turbulence without surface tension .