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 The World of Film in Australia - on the Internet Updated Thursday, April 24, 2014 - Edition No 894 

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  AUSTRALIAN FILMS
 
  EDITORIAL – 24/10/2013: MOVIE TO MAKE A (LOCAL) DIFFERENCE
By Andrew L. Urban.
  EDITORIAL – 7/11/2013: SIGNS OF MADNESS
Film critics go to a lot of previews some of them in places where they need to park. Some parking signs seem to have been put together by over-zealous bureaucrats. By Andrew L. Urban
  EDITORIAL 27/2/2014: MURDER BY THE PROSECUTION – CLUES IN A FILM
Sue Neill-Fraser will celebrate – if that’s the word - her 60th birthday next Monday, March 3, 2014 inside Hobart’s Risdon prison, shut away from her daughters and grandchildren, serving a 23 year sentence for the murder of her partner Bob Chappell, which she vehemently denies. The case is destined to be a cause célèbre because, in the absence of hard evidence, the prosecutor literally manufactured a murder scenario by speculation, unsupported by any physical evidence. 
 
  GENRE AND ITS SLIPPERINESS
Star Wars is NOT Science Fiction. Mad Max is NOT a Road Movie, Let the Right One In is NOT a vampire movie, writes Mike Jones.
 
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