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 The World of Film in Australia - on the Internet Updated Wednesday, October 18, 2017 

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0-9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

  A HUNDRED YEARS, A MILLION MILES
We begin a provocative three part examination of the state of cinema after its first centenary by HUNTER CORDAIY; as he points out, cinema once created the market, with films like Blow Up (pictured), rather than merely pander to it.
  A HUNDRED YEARS, A MILLION MILES: PART 2
LEARNING IN THE DARK
By Hunter Cordaiy (pictured).
  A HUNDRED YEARS, A MILLION MILES: PART 3
The final essay on the impact of cinema in its century as an art form.(Sam Fuller,left) By Hunter Cordaiy
  A MATTER OF JUDGEMENT
The judgements of critics have been under fire recently, and the debate has important implications for how we report films, and even on the duty of critics and reviewers in the new climate of converging culture. By Hunter Cordaiy.
  A MATTER OF OPINION
Crass but descriptive, there is a saying I heard somewhere about opinions on movies: "like an asshole, everyone's got one." By Andrew L. Urban.
  A REAL FILM INDUSTRY NEEDS PRIVATE FINANCE
Industry practitioner and past film bureaucrat, Greg Smith, responds to Andrew L. Urban's ARTICLE about the Australian film industry - or rather it's absence - in this provocative letter.
  A SIMPLIFIED WORLD?
As we hit our 11th annual milestone, editor Andrew L. Urban reflects on how simple life is (or is made out to be) in today’s world of the movies; Kindness / Crushed Head / Burmese Soldier / Sniper Rifle / Arm Ripped Off … two stars?





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