April 29th, 2012
Episode 200 of 237 episodes
Nick Matteo reviews writer/director Aki Kaurismäki's latest film, Le Havre, and the Columbia Archive DVD release of White Line Fever; Music director Russell Baird talks about Feature Set, a community-based orchestra which is presenting two concerts of movie music classics at St. Kilda Town Hall; Lisa Dethridge reviews Sommer In Orange (My Life In Orange), screening as part of the 2012 Audi Festival of German Films; AFTRS graduate Ben Mathews is on the phone to talk about his short film Emily, which has been nominated for an Academy AwardTM for Best Student Film; Gary Hillberg reviews the 1968 caper movie, The Split, along with two Frank Tashlin comedies - Who's Minding the Store and Caprice - all available on DVD through local or overseas outlets; and Amre Hewitt returns to FBF to review The Avengers.
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