October 11th, 2011
Episode 182 of 256 episodes
It's a documentary special this week on Film Buffs Forecast. Roman Meyer & Travis Crosbie pop in to discuss the Poetry in Film Festival.Paul Harris talks to documentary filmmaker William Head who previews the Generation Next Documentary Conference.RichardBrennan discusses Or Forever Hold Your Peace (1970), a trail-blazing documentary on the Sydney Moratorium produced by Film Australia. Presented by AFTRS in association with Melbourne Festival October 15. Nick Matteo stops in for TV reviews of The Slap (ABC TV), The Joy of Sets (Channel 9), The Hamster Wheel (ABC TV) and The Bazura Project (ABC TV). Ruth Cullen, Head Of Documentary (AFTRS), talks about training the next generation of filmmakers through a new course, the Graduate Diploma in Documentary. Independent Sydney-based producerVincent Sheehan, co-founder of Porchlight Films talks about his new film The Hunter.
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