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Jini Maxwell is a writer, and creative producer based in Narrm (Melbourne), who specialises in the local games industry and new media. They have contributed critical writing to Screen Education, The Saturday Paper, ACCA online, Melbourne Knowledge Week's Stories platform, and the Melbourne Recital Centre's soundescapes, as well as curating the Digital Intimacies exhibition in 2019. They currently work as a creative producer for Freeplay Independent Games Festival. In 2018, they were one of three Emerging Critics in Residence at the Melbourne Recital Centre.
This week in the news, Alex West joines Screen Aus, Nitram, Zola and The Drovers' Wife to feature at MIFF, and the games industry's biggest month.
MIFF’s 2021 program, running 5-22 August, already boasts a particularly strong showcase of local films, reinforced by some key international features.
Leah Purcell's reimagining of the Henry Lawson classic will show on MIFF's opening night. The subversive film is the culmination of years of reflection and artistry.
Drop Bear Bytes recently hired Indiginerd's Cienan Muir as a narrative consultant. The team spoke to us about the role of Indigenous perspectives in their upcoming game, Broken Roads
The second season of this thoughtful dating show celebrates romance and neurodivergence, and it has completely stolen Jini Maxwell's heart.
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