Issue 49

Editorial

Feature Articles

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The Living London Boom

Following on from Ian Christie’s appreciation of the significance of Living London, historian Sally Jackson traces the exhibition history of the film within Australia and New Zealand and argues that it may have “directly influenced the development of the world’s first feature-length dramatic film, The Story of the Kelly Gang (1906).”
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Iconic Moments in Cinema: Australia, Part 1

The start of a series of articles on iconic shots and scenes in the cinema. Beginning with Australia, Scott Murray discusses his favourite moment from The Devil’s Playground. Darragh O’Donoghue looks at Strictly Ballroom, Adam Bingham Walkabout, and Aaron Goldberg Mad Max.

Festival Reports

Book Reviews

Cinémathèque Annotations on Film

Great Directors

DVD Reviews