August 9th, 2014
Episode 310 of 412 episodes
Feminist Filmmaker Kitty Green talks to the Breakfasters about her film screening at the Melbourne International Film Festival "Ukraine is not a Brothel". Writer Sophie Cunningham discusses her new book "Warning: The Story of Cyclone Tracy" an historical account of the events of Cyclone Tracy in Darwin. Melanie Raymond from Youth Projects joins the Breakfasters to talk about homelesseness in Melbourne at a time when it is at an all time high. Writer, Director and Actor Desiree Akhaven talks about her film "Appropriate Behaviour", a film about a Persian-American bi-sexual Woman living in Brooklyn and Director Mark Hartley joins the Breakfasters to talk about the third instalment of his trilogy of exploitation cinema Documentaries entitled "Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films".
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