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"Let the make up do the acting, yep, that's exactly what I did. I thought to myself, there's no reason to act like a dog or animal, or it'd get a bit unreal."  -Temuera Morrison on his role as a dog-creature in The Island of Dr Moreau
 The World of Film in Australia - on the Internet Updated Tuesday, December 5, 2017 

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  FINDING TALENT IN THE FILM INDUSTRY
Whatís wrong with Australian films? Has industry failed, or have the funding gate keepers simply failed to recognise the talent sitting literally under their noses, as Rod Bishop* argues in response to our Editorial (20/11/2008) and The Australianís editorial (14/11/2008).
  FLASHBACK: FILM PERSPECTIVE ON 9/11
In the first of a new occasional series of random Flashbacks to articles from our archives, we revisit an interview with actor/director/producer Sydney Pollack. In November 2001, the world was still breathing the ashes from terrorist attacks on the New York World Trade Centre in September, when Pollack visited Sydney and spoke to Andrew L. Urban about how and when filmmakers would tackle the subject.
FRONT UP - FROM SBS TV TO YOUTUBE FRONT UP - FROM SBS TV TO YOUTUBE
Responding to popular demand, Andrew L. Urbanís Front Up, the addictive and long running prime time social documentary TV series from the 1990s, is getting a second life on YouTube with a dedicated playlist on the SBS Australia Channel - the first time SBS ever hosted full episodes on YouTube. Spread the word.





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