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In Mildura

In Mildura

We recently travelled to Mildura to film a documentary about what it’s like to live in regional Victoria.

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Thinking global

Thinking global

The Human Rights Arts & Film Festival (HRAFF) returns to ACMI for its second year on Thursday 17 May, bringing with it an impressive program of films highlighting many of today’s global issues. We take a look at three of the films screening this year.

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A Common Purpose

A Common Purpose

Last week, as the William Kentridge: Five Themes exhibition entered its final month at ACMI, we headed into the cinema with human rights lawyer and activist Andrea Durbach for a special screening of ‘A Common Purpose’.

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Interrupting aggression

Interrupting aggression

Michael Mirasol writes on Steve James’ powerful new documentary ‘The Interrupters’, which follows a group of ex-cons and former gang members attempting to stop the cycle of violence in Chicago.

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Filming in Bass Coast Shire – Part 2

Filming in Bass Coast Shire – Part 2

On their final trip for 2011, the ACMI in the Regions crew travelled to Bass and Inverloch to document stories about the local community, including ‘swell’ mammas, replica ships and a refugee soccer team.

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Filming in Bass Coast Shire – Part 1

Filming in Bass Coast Shire – Part 1

The ACMI in the Regions crew got up close and personal with scrap metal sculptors, monster-wave riders and 80-year-old fishermen on their latest excursion to the communities of Phillip Island, Grantville and Corinella.

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