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It's the end of the world as we know it ...

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Pop! Goes Politics
I Feel Violated
It's not copywrong, it's just wrong
Open Digital Screens
Picture This
Art and Activism in Indonesia and East Timor
Not Just Eye-Candy
Too Deadly
Scene Stealer
Oceania Indymedia Newsreel
Undergrowth #4 premiere
Vague Blur
Side-Show Valley
Non-Stop Erotica
It all happened the night before the shoot
Secondary Expanded Cinema
The Contemporary Documentary
The Ultimate Interactive Film Club
Window to another world
Hardly Normal-a-go-go
It's the end of the world as we know it ...
KILL YOUR TELEVISION: Official TV series premiere

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To our eye the Brisbane arts scene is institutionalised and hostile to emerging artists. SOOB is one response ...
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It's the End of the World As We Know It and I Feel %^&*ing Scared

Sunday 12th December, 3.30pm -6.30pm
Village Twin Cinemas , 701 Brinswick St, New Farm
Cost: FREE

The End of Suburbia, directed by Gregory Greene, explores the American Way of Life and its prospects as global demand for fossil fuels begin to outstrip supply. This screening will also include two short propaganda fi lms from the 1950’s, Destination Earth and In The Suburbs as well as an after-screening discussion about Peak Oil from a uniquely Australian

FEATURING: Sean Gilligan

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