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Big-budget Films and 'New-wave' Directors to Share Limelight at Adelaide Film Festival, Malcolm Sutton , single work column

'With just one week to go until the Adelaide Film Festival, organisers are burning the midnight oil in final preparations for the 11-day event that will feature more than 130 productions of varying budgets and beginnings.' (Introduction)

Fairy-Tales, Feminism and Fame : The Story of Ida Rentoul Outhwaite, Cathy Pryor , single work column

'For most of us, the word 'fairy-tale' conjures up the stories of Hans Christian Andersen and the magical worlds of Disney.'  (Introduction)

The Magic Pudding : Norman Lindsay's Classic Australian Children's Book Turns 100, Hannah Reich , single work column

'Albert, the angry brown pudding with sticks for legs, is immortal. Many creatures — both human and otherwise — dig into him, but there's always more.' (Introduction)

'I Felt Certain I Would Speak Again' : How Robert Manne Stared down the Threat of a Silent Future, Robyn Ravlich , single work column

'"Everything I say sounds like a secret," whispers Robert Manne, not so much conspiratorially, but in wry despair.'  (Introduction)

Hotel Mumbai Premieres at Adelaide Film Festival, Telling the Story of the 2008 Terror Attacks, Carey C.D. Briggs , single work column

'One of the biggest movie productions ever to come out of South Australia will get its red carpet Australian premiere tonight.'  (Introduction)

John Marsden's Journey from Psych Ward to Author to School Founder, Dave May , Richard Mockler , Annika Blau , single work column

'John Marsden sat down with ABC's Dave May and Richard Mockler for Throwback, a series revisiting the creatives who shaped Australian childhoods.'  (Introduction)

BookTubers : Why a New Generation of Australian Book Reviewers Are Finding a YouTube Audience, Sarah L'Estrange , single work column

'Catriona Feeney studies part-time at university in Sydney and works full-time in marketing — but in her spare time, she's a rising YouTube star.'  (Introduction)

Barking Gecko Theatre Brings Gabrielle Wang's A Ghost in My Suitcase to the Stage, Kim Jirik , single work column

'If you ask any of the theatre makers behind A Ghost in My Suitcase what drew them to Gabrielle Wang's novel, they're likely to mention three names: Celeste, Por Por and Ting Ting.'  (Introduction)

New Australian Musical Evie May Is Part of Hayes Theatre's Mission to Cure the Crisis in Our Industry, Cassie Tongue , single work column

'Can a queer, female-led story set in Australia's Tivoli circuit be the next Great Australian Musical?'

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