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Films Screened In 2006

WORKINGMAN'S DEATH (Michael Glawogger, 2005)
Won the Grierson Award at the London Film Festival. ... What would you be prepared to do to earn a living? Michael Glawogger's eye-opening documentary focuses on the extremes to which people will go … Read more

World of Make Believe, A (Lotje van Lieshout, 2005)
When the real world is too hard edged and your heels hurt, even a paper-thin fantasy can offer refuge.---D/P/S Lotje van Lieshout L English TD video/col/2005/5mins ... Read more

Wraith of Cobble Hill, The (Adam Parish King, 2006)
Brooklyn teenager Feliix is asked to look after kindly store owner's dog. Will he perpetuate the neglect he himself is used to. This subtle reflection upon choices won a Jury Prize for short filmmaki… Read more

Yallourn Story (Dave Jones, 2006)
In Yallourn Story the memories of some of the towns old residents are brought to life with the illustrations of the primary school students. Directed by Dave Jones, winner of Best Animated Short at M… Read more

YOU'RE GONNA MISS ME (Keven Mcalester, 2005)
“The good music documentaries don't begin by assuming you care; they end by making you.” - Keven McAlester ... Former music journalist, Keven McAlester, portraits one of rock ‘n' roll's most tr… Read more

ZIZEK! (Astra Taylor, 2005)
“We can all come away comforted that in academia, as in poetry and science, adored ‘rock stars' can be old, paunchy, and less than beautiful.” - Village Voice ... Philosopher, Slavoj Zizek, is … Read more

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