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Video Art in the Internet Era

Video Art in the Internet Era

During September ACMI hosted Channels: The Australian Video Art Festival. Jesse Dyer went along to the panel event ‘Video Art in the Internet Era’ and here shares his thoughts.

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Where Does Mexico Stand in the World of Cinema?

Where Does Mexico Stand in the World of Cinema?

The 8th Hola Mexico Film Festival returns to Melbourne with a powerful and diverse mix of contemporary films. We asked Festival Director Samuel Doeuk for his thoughts on where Mexico stands in the world of cinema.

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Three Amigos to Thriller: A John Landis Tribute

Three Amigos to Thriller: A John Landis Tribute

From ¡Three Amigos! and An American Werewolf in London to Michael Jackson’s Thriller, the legendary John Landis has directed iconic cinema since he was 21 and is now headed to Australia as part of Melbourne Festival.

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Antenna Tackles Online Privacy

Antenna Tackles Online Privacy

Antenna Documentary Film Festival tackles the controversial issue of online privacy when it heads to Melbourne for the first time this year.

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The Music and Culinary Delights of the Korean Wave

The Music and Culinary Delights of the Korean Wave

Korean pop culture is rooted firmly in the world’s consciousness. As part of the 4th Korea Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA), we’re taking a look at the darker side of the K-Pop phenomenon and considering the culinary offerings of the Korean Wave.

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Politics Takes Centre Stage at MWF

Politics Takes Centre Stage at MWF

With the Melbourne Writers Festival (MWF) kicking off this week, we caught up with the MWF team to see how the lit fest is putting politics under the microscope.

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