September 12th, 2009
Episode 95 of 258 episodes
Lisa Dethridge previews the Lavazza Italian Film Festival 2009; Simone Ubaldi reviews the documentary Valentino: The Last Emperor and Funny People; Paul Harris talks with actor Liddy Clark about working with Ray Barrett, who died this week; Nick Matteo reviews the television series Eastbound and Down (Showcase, 8pm Wednesday and various repeats); Daniel Scharf puts out the call for digital Australian feature films for entry in the 2009 DigiSPAA Competition, and leads a discussion about the commercial viability of Australian film; Ian Thompson reviews The Soloist and tells us what's hot with the Chicks and the Flannels; and Mark Hartley reviews Charlie & Boots.
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