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 The World of Film in Australia - on the Internet Updated Tuesday, December 5, 2017 

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  DOCUMENTARIANS BEHAVING BADLY
Some documentaries (eg Michael Moore’s new film, Sicko) are more accurately described as propaganda; there is no reason why such a category shouldn’t exist, so audiences could be better prepared for the unreliability of their content and genuine documentaries could avoid being lumped in with the propaganda, writes Andrew L. Urban.
  DVD - YES, WE ARE BEING SCREWED
Boy, did we hit a nerve! Last week’s article, DVD – Are You Being Screwed, prompted a rash of letters, pretty much in the affirmative. Australia is Region 4 in DVD world, but most think we are Region Poor in terms of the product. Andrew L. Urban weighs into the debate – and we publish some of your letters.
  DVD: ARE YOU BEING SCREWED?
The DVD revolution is hotting up with soaring sales: but Australian consumers, rather than being served, feel they are being screwed. Some say the studios have badly misunderstood – and misplayed - the market. Our resident DVD enthusiast Ben Hooft outlines the issues and asks the studios some pertinent (and tricky) questions. If they care to reply, we’ll happily publish . . .





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