It may be short on colourful clothing and climate stability, but one thing Melbourne's not lacking in is creativity. The southern capital is chock-a-block with imaginative people doing super-cool things, from taking eye-catching snaps to writing up a storm or snazzying up the snacks we eat.
RMIT student Tatanja Ross was particularly taken by the handmade art culture flourishing in her hometown, and decided to shine a spotlight on it in her mini documentary, Made By Hand. The film features interviews with a group of top-notch crafty folk (including plenty of frankie favourites) and is beautifully made to boot. Grab a bowl of popcorn and have a gander below.