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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 The Great Southern Creature Feature : Luke Sparke's Red Billabong
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Particularly because of its unique fauna, flora, topography and history, Australia provides fertile ground for makers of horror films. In the case of Red Billabong, an outback setting and Aboriginal mythology come together to culminate in a quintessentially Australian example of the 'natural horror' subgenre. Emma Westwood speaks to director Luke Sparke about his influences and the origins of his feature debut.

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    y separately published work icon Metro Magazine vol. 191 Summer 2017 10708766 2017 periodical issue 2017 pg. 26-29
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