March 7th, 2009
Episode 68 of 256 episodes
Simon Ford is the director of FedFest short film festival and he joins us in the studio with film directors Yianni Warnock and Ariel Kleiman to tell us all about it; Lisa Dethridge reviews Astérix aux jeux olympiques (Asterix at the Olympic Games) and Des poupées et des anges (Dolls and Angels), and Boris Trbic reviews Ulzhan, Comme les autres (Baby Love) and the documentary C’est dur d’être aimé par des cons (It’s Hard Being Loved by Jerks), all screening as part of the Alliance Française French Film Festival 2009; Ross Thornton from Growling Frogs is on the phone to tell us about an initiative to give high school children funding and resources to create documentaries about their experiences out of the Victoria bushfires; Cath Murfy talks about the Portable Cinema Project, which she is taking into bushfire-affected areas; and Nick Matteo closes the program with a DVD review of Boarding Gate.
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