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PLAYPEN: Gone fishing

Maybe this is a cut-rate nature show. Maybe they are cocaine dealers who can't believe their luck. Either way, the…

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Reality TV - the resurgence of myth

When is reality not reality? When it's a myth. Once described by The New York Times as "gross-out shockumentaries and…

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Stokes gets first taste of grilling

Kerry Stokes added to the short list of Great Austraiian Media Quotes when he said that Packer told him at…

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Out of Asia

The significant social and political context that characterizes Asian cinema is attracting growing attention in the west. In fact those…

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THE PLAYPEN: ads and the internet

Every Wednesday, we will post links to short films, viral ads and snappy music videos, to remind us what can…

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Digital Culture

The 20th Century saw many would-be revolutions, and none more significant than the digital revolution that resulted from technological advances…

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Raymond Gill on myths, the mainstream and the press

Arts Hub is pleased to bring you this final response to Robyn Archer's Platform Papers issue: The Myth of the…

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Reality show has sperm as stars

The Dutch are a tolerant people, but even they may think a new reality TV idea has gone too far.

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Rank and Phile

There has always been an audience for compelling stories and skillful storytellers. From campfire tales of heroic adventures and deistic…

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Film Australia wants your child

It sounds like ‘7 Up’ crossed with some vast sociology experiment in a society of androids. Your child could be…

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