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FROM THE SOIL Ross Dimsey and Film Queensland by Scott Murray A new Director at Film Queensland promises a greater sense of community and a renewed push to see the local industry assume national importance 14
IN SHARP FOCUS An Overview of Queensland's Independent Screen Culture by Sue Ward While not everyone south and west of the Queensland border knows it, the tropical state has a vibrant local film scene18
THE WASH-UP ON PARADISE BEACI by Liz Jacka and Stuart Cunningham This relatively-short-lived serial is already a cultural icon for its blending of Australian and American soap formulations 22
SEARCHING FOR SUCCESS Local Film Culture and the Brisbane Internationa Film Festival By Michael Meadows Does a film festival contribute productively to « local film industry, or is it just a holiday for buj and a PR stunt for formally-attired politicians; 24
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Reproduced by permission of one of the founding editors, Phillippe Mora. This material is made available for the purposes of research and study. Commercial use is prohibited. Issues digitised from original copies in the collection of Ray Edmondson.
Murray, Scott, (1995), Cinema Papers #103 March 1995, MTV Publishing Ltd, Abbotsford, 96p.