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Poetry as Cinema : A Discursive Screening from 1913-2006John Jenkins,
2011single work criticism — Appears in:
32011;(p. 135-148)'Australian cinema began with a confident leap into the future. Charles Tait's The Story of the Kelly Gang, made in Melbourne in 1906, is credited as the world's first narrative feature. Post-Federation years continued to see poetry influence the national imagination, and occasionally inspire cinema on its journey.' (Author's abstract)
Balancing ActTony Davis,
2011single work column — Appears in:
22011;(p. 24-26)Most writers lead messy lives filled with myriad jobs that help pay the bills in between the time they send on writing. Tony Davis.
You Did Not Read Faulkner!Sophie Cunningham
2008single work interview — Appears in:
22008;(p. 110-119)'Sophie Cunningham talks to Luke Davies about his shifting between forms - and finds his heart still lies with poetry.'
It's Curtains for ArmfieldPeter Craven,
2006single work column — Appears in:
The Age,1 April2006;(p. 19)Neil Armfield will direct the play It Just Stopped by Stephen Sewell, previewed at the Malthouse Theatre from 3 April to 23 April 2006.
The Candymen CanSophie Tedmanson,
2006single work criticism — Appears in:
The Weekend Australian,29-30 April2006;(p. 4-5)Explores, in particular, the collaboration between writer Luke Davies, director Neil Armfield and actor Geoffrey Rush during the transformation of Candy from book to film.