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Radiance (1998)

Director: Rachel Perkins

Stars: Deborah Mailman, Rachel Maza, Trisha Morton-Thomas

First viewing, via DVD

According to research conducted by Screen Australia, women comprise on average 16% of working film directors in Australia, with 32% of producers and 23% of writers also women. 658 more words

Cleverman Season 1 Review

TL;DR –  Cleverman is revolutionary TV show in many ways, its freshman season was a powerful work of cinema, though not a perfect one.

Score… 1,174 more words

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TV Review – Cleverman ‘A Free Ranger’

TL;DR –  ‘A Free Ranger’ is a quieter episode than last week, but in doing so it lulls us into a false sense of security so when the feels hit, they hit hard. 627 more words

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TV Review – Cleverman ‘Containment’

TL;DR –  ‘Containment’ continues ‘First Contacts’ strong start, with one of the most confronting scenes on Australian TV, whilst also dropping hint as to some of the mysteries that we will be uncovering this season. 788 more words

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TV Review – Cleverman ‘First Contact’

TL;DR – A good pilot with an interesting story and characters, but needs to work a little more on world building to give the story context… 742 more words

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[Audio Review] Oddball (2015) by Super Marcey, Bede and Bea

2015 has been a big year for Australian films, especially ones that are aimed for families. One of which is the fact-based family comedy ODDBALL, which has so far has been a huge hit at the Aussie box office. 122 more words

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[Video Review] Blinky Bill: The Movie (2015) by Bede Jermyn

Dir: Deane Taylor

Starring: Ryan Kwanten, Robin McLevy, David Wenham, Barry Humphries, Richard Roxburgh, Deborah Mailman, Barry Otto, Rufus Sewell, Toni Collette.

IMDb Synopsis: An adventurous young koala embarks on a journey across the wild and dangerous Australian outback in the hope of finding his missing father, but he soon discovers that there is more to being a hero than meets the eye.

My rating:

– Bede Jermyn

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