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Way back in issue 36 we met Anna Brownfield, a filmmaker from Melbourne who seemed to embody the concept of DIY.
They don't call South Australia the Festival State for nothing, you know.
Musicals were popular. They were fashionable. They were everywhere, and then, faster than you can say "Maria von Trapp", they weren't. People's tastes are fickle, you see.
We believe in feeding our brains as well as our stomachs, so any opportunity to learn more about the crazy world out there we tend to grab with two knowledge-hungry hands.
What's the old saying? A couple that collects ceramic kitchenware together stays together?
If you're the kind of lass or lad who finds decision-making a bit of a struggle, the 300-odd flicks on this year's MIFF program might have you a wee bit overwhelmed.
One of the best things about winter is being able to watch Christmas movies and relate to scenes of snowy fields and dancing snowmen.
The short film And Our Smoke Returns Home recently hit our inbox, and it's captured our fancy in a mighty big way.
Sometimes we imagine that we'll happen across our one-and-only on a train ride across Europe, and we hold a pair of films named Before Sunrise and Before Sunset entirely responsible.
Look, sometimes we want to stick it to The Man without winding up in the naughty corner for grown-ups, and Speakeasy Cinema is a pretty fun way to do it.
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