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WORLD CINEMA SHOWCASE 2012 Wrap Up

Following a hectic Easter weekend featuring some seriously great documentaries and foreign films, the 2012 World Cinema Showcase wrapped up in Auckland recently. I had an exhaustingly-awesome couple of weeks of viewing, during which I saw 15 films and posted updates on Our Idiot Brother, Alois Nebel and Under African Skies, followed by Coriolanus, Once Upon a Time in Anatolia and Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai 3D. You can check out …

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[WATCH] AUTOLUMINESCENT promises a fascinating account of the life & music of Rowland S. Howard

Rowland S. Howard was a pivotal figure on the Australian punk and post-punk music scene, chiefly as the gaunt, fiery and gifted guitarist for the seminal late ’70s/early ’80s group The Birthday Party, which helped Nick Cave on his way to stardom and influenced generations of musicians. Over a career fraught with long intermissions, presumably …

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