May 12th, 2016
Episode 231 of 258 episodes
On the show today ... The Arts Law Centre is holding two free seminars and a free advice clinic as part of this year's St Kilda Film Festival. CEO of the Arts Law Centre, Robyn Ayres, came by to talk about the sessions which will be held on Saturday 21 May at 11am, 12pm and 2pm. See the Arts Law Centre website for booking info. Film historian and film lecturer Victoria Duckett spoke about her latest book Seeing Sarah Bernhardt, the most famous stage actress of the 19th century. The book is available online as well as locally at Readings. Harry Hayes, producer and director of the tell-all documentary You Better Take Cover about the accusation that Men At Work 'ripped off' Kookaburra Sits On The Old Gumtree which is screening at the St Kilda Film Festival. Simone Ubaldi gave us her take on the Penelope Cruz film Ma Ma, which as a final screening as part of the Spanish Film Festival. She also reviewed the webseries and now to HBO show High Maintenance. Tanya Farley took a look at the new Hugh Jackman film Eddie The Eagle. You can catch the live show on Saturdays from 12-2 on Triple R 102.7 in Melbourne.