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Mihaal Danziger: Mum’s The Word

With her first feature length project, documentary A Certain Mother, the filmmaker tells four separate women’s stories, as they grapple with the social and personal expectations of motherhood.
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Renee Brack – This Time it’s Personal

With her feature length documentary Ticketyboo, the filmmaker turns the camera on herself in an attempt to repair the damage done after her father was diagnosed with dementia, and to bring attention to this increasingly pervasive but rarely discussed condition.
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Unsung Auteurs: Cherie Nowlan

FilmInk salutes the work of directors who have never truly received the credit that they deserve. In this installment: Australian filmmaker Cherie Nowlan, who helmed Thank God He Met Lizzie and Clubland.
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Stephan Wellink: Mavis Bramston Returns

The Mavis Bramston Show was a phenomenon in mid ‘60s Australia, ‘the mother of Australian satire’, and now a documentary subject in Pushing the Boundaries, directed by Stephan Wellink (Rod Taylor: Pulling No Punches, Sam Spiegel: Conquering Hollywood).
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Make Me Famous: The Art of Documentary

Director Brian Vincent and producer Heather Spore explain the making of their debut feature, a documentary about artist Edward Brazinski, who was a contemporary of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring and Richard Hambleton in New York's Lower East Side, but unlike them and various others, he never quite cracked the big time, or did he?
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Film+ Episode 12 – Emile Ghesson on 45 Days: The Fight for a Nation

In this episode, Eden Caceda is joined by comedian and film head Gen Fricker to talk about Maggie Beer’s trip to Italy coming to the screen, Frank Ocean’s new project with A24 and Bong Joon-Ho casting an Aussie in his new space flick. Plus hear Gen’s recommendation for the week. Then Eden chats with former marine and documentarian Emile Ghesson on filming in conflict zones across the world, his latest project in Ukraine, the anguish of capturing violent footage and how he elevates voices in his latest film 45 Days: The Fight for a Nation, to be screened at the Armenian Film Festival.