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The Sweet Smell of Success

Producer Ashley McLeod (left) and director Justin McMillan's first feature Sweet River may have gone slightly under the radar when it went straight to Netflix last year, but it's finally getting the recognition it deserves with a SPA Awards nomination.
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UNHEARD Real-World Racism in Australia

Streaming on Amazon’s Prime Video, as part of their move into Australian productions, the timely and necessary documentary series UNHEARD is a poignant study of real-world racism in Australia.
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Trailer: Anonymous Club

With her latest album, Things Take Time, Take Time just released, here's a trailer for the documentary on indie music darling Courtney Barnett, which has just finished its festival run, and readies for general release. Directed by her long-time collaborator Danny Cohen, produced by Philippa Campey and Samantha Dinning (No Time For Quiet, in which Barnett appeared).
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Forgotten Australian TV Screenwriters: Michael Plant

Stephen Vagg’s series on forgotten Australian TV plays has a new spin-off, with a look at little-remembered Aussie TV scriptwriters; starting with Michael Plant, a child prodigy who wrote for American and British television, became the leading TV writer in Australia, and was the initial producer of The Mavis Bramston Show... before dying at the unripe age of 35.
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The Haunting of Jane Campion

Marking her return to feature film following an absence of 12 years, Jane Campion proves it was well worth the wait with the intense western drama, The Power of the Dog.
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Scam Alert

Unable to complete it whilst at university in 2001, Melbourne writer/director/star Cameron McCulloch’s ozploitation debut feature, Scam, is finally finished and ready to premiere at Monsterfest.