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Filming for the Requiem single work   essay  
Is part of A Tasmanian Requiem 2018 sequence prose poetry
Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Filming for the Requiem
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'While filming around Tasmania, I slept many nights in my van, some outside it. I saw more stars than in previous years, and everything seemed crisper, clearer — not only due to upscaling from a HD to a 4k-resolution video camera. The intensity increased as the deadline approached. Michael Gissing and I collaborated on making a nine movement, 84 minute film as the back-drop of A Tasmanian Requiem.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Island no. 153 2018 14117109 2018 periodical issue 2018 pg. 27
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  • A Tasmanian Requiem Greg Lehman , Jim Everett , Frances Butler , 2018 single work musical theatre
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