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Dogs in Space for the next Australian Revelations

Romper Stomper, Mad Max, The Babadook and Candy. Australian Revelations is rapidly becoming one of this countries most important celebrations of Australian films and it’s next screening is bound to get audiences excited. 159 more words

Fresh Meat: Well Done - Week 2

Despite a few technical difficulties plaguing the beginning of Week 2, Fresh Meat: Well Done got off to a great start.

First of all, nice use of the space. 392 more words

Column: Punks in Sharehouses, Dogs in Space

Dogs in Space (1986) is one of those bastard anomalies in the history of Australian film. In a decade when most directors were being funded to make jingoistic stories like Breaker Morant (1980), Gallipoli (1981), The Man From Snowy River (1982) and Crocodile Dundee (1986), 27-year-old upstart Richard Lowenstein made a film about scrappy musicians living in the squalor of a Richmond sharehouse. 1,681 more words

Film & TV

Daun Ander #3, ...E morì con un felafel in mano

Se non avete visto questo film, come nel caso di Muriel tanto vale smettere di leggere (si consiglia di cliccare su play per avere una colonna sonora degna durante la lettura del post). 282 more words


Stone # 22: Happy Birthday Michael Hutchence.


Wanton Balladeer 

  (C) Jo Bryant – January 2012

the youth of my exhuberance

was measured in smoky bars,

on needle free beaches,

stepping over cockroaches in darkened streets, 727 more words


Why I Adore Dogs in Space

I first saw Dogs in Space (written and directed by Richard Lowenstein) when I was in my twenties, some time in the late 1990s, about a decade after the film was released in 1986. 1,361 more words

Australian Cinema