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Issue Details: First known date: 2016 14 September 2016 of Brisbane Times est. 2016
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* Contents derived from the 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
How Far Can Novelists Go?, Rod Nordland , 2016 single work column Lionel Shriver’s Address on Cultural Appropriation Roils a Writers Festival
Lionel Shriver on Identity Politics at Brisbane Writers Festival and the Aftermath, Susan Wyndham , 2016 single work column Undercover
Spin Out Review : Tim Ferguson's B&S Comedy Plays It Safe in the Country, Jake Wilson , single work review
— Review of Spin Out Tim Ferguson Edwina Exton 2016 single work film/TV ;

'Director Marc Gracie has a thing for subcultures of a daggy Anglo kind. His little-celebrated comedy You and Your Stupid Mate paid tribute to the institution of the scout and guide gang show.'

'Similarly, Spin Out is set at a bachelor and spinsters ball, where unattached country folk come to dance all night and, hopefully, get lucky. ...'

The Space Between Director Ruth Borgobello Makes a Meal of the Movie Business, Karl Quinn , 2016 single work column
'At first you assume you've misheard. Then you wonder if it's just a coincidence. But finally, as you notice the name in the credits, you accept the inevitable. Ronnie Di Stasio, one of Australia's most famous (some might say infamous) restaurateurs played a major role in the feature film The Space Between, on-screen and off. ...'
Harvey Weinstein Gets Oscar Boost After Lion Screens at Toronto International Film Festival, Brooks Barnes , 2016 single work review
— Review of Lion Saroo Brierley Luke Davies 2016 single work film/TV ;

'A week ago, most Oscar prognosticators and strategists had effectively written off Harvey Weinstein as a player in this year's awards race.'

'His movie company, troubled by executive departures and box-office misfires, had neither the money nor the manpower needed to sustain an awards campaign, Hollywood conventional wisdom held. And Weinstein's primary contender this time around, Lion, an adoption drama set in India and based on an astonishing true story, was generating virtually no tastemaker buzz. ...'

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