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Germaine Greer In Conversation

(MIFF 2010, Special Events)

Screening as part of the MIFF Premiere Fund this year, Mother of Rock tells the story of Australian journalist Lillian Roxon, matriarch of the revolutionary late 60s New York music scene. In 1970 Germaine Greer dedicated The Female Eunuch to Lillian, a visionary woman who was ahead of her time.

In this special event Germaine Greer speaks about the 60s New York scene and Lillian's influence on women and her own work.

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