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Director Matthew Walker on making I'm Wanita

Making I'm Wanita was a five year crusade through the perils of a very difficult craft.

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Netflix Top Tens – a burst of honest figures

How do your tastes compare with the world? Netflix is releasing weekly top tens, with huge numbers. What do they…

Christiaan Van Vuuren credit Toby Ralph
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Christiaan Van Vuuren gets sincere in Big Deal

Best known for comedy roles, the writer, director and presenter talks about Big Deal, a documentary exposing how donations corrupt…

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The death of Ian Dunlop – from outsider to participant in a true ethical journey

Ian Dunlop led a long, energetic life making some of our most important and enduring films. History with a capital…

Oleg vidov
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Oleg Vidov: how an Australian director's film touched the Moscow Film Festival

Oleg Vidov, Russian metinee idol, fugitive and Los Angeles animation distributor, is the subject of Nadia Tass's feature documentary.

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Strong Female Lead: An interview with director Tosca Looby

Adopting the archive-only approach of The Final Quarter, Looby and editor Rachel Grierson-Johns created a powerful and enraging one-off doc…

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Bowraville Murders: The gift of tears

Bowraville Murders is a searing documentary in which the families involved open their tormented hearts in a cry for justice.

Maryanne Amacher in Sisters with Transistors. Photograph: Peggy Wells
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You should watch... Sisters with Transistors at MIFF Digital

Sisters with Transistors is a highlight of MIFF Digital: β€˜The history of women has been the history of silence –…

Rusaila Bazlamit's Re: Visit Palestine, via Lab Tajbiri
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Palestine and guerrilla memorials in the digital age

Lujayn Hourani considers the effectiveness of the game-like temporal memorial, Re: Visit Palestine, in tandem with their own personal memories.

Lebanese-Australian producer Daizy Gedeon
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Playing the strategy game at the Cannes international market

Away from the pain of Lebanon, Daizy Gedeon adapts to the trappings of glamour to raise money for her documentary.

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