Louise McLeod Tabouis
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An Australian who has spent most of her adult life in Paris, Louise is a sometime photographer, documentary-maker, writer, researcher, day-dreamer and interviewer, who prefers to start the day at the local cinema’s 9am session.

A Dog Called Money: Blu-ray Review

A DOG CALLED MONEY (95mins, 2019) Musician PJ Harvey strolls around cold Kabul, searching through the bomb-shocked and abandoned houses, trying to decipher who lived

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The Amazing Johnathan

THE AMAZING JOHNATHAN (Dir. Ben Burman, 2019, 90 mins) Slicing open his arm, piercing his tongue, and deconstructing magic in his own way, that was Amazing

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Smile: Review

SMILE (Australia, 2018, 9 mins) Having a portrait taken feels like a thing of the past. Going off to a studio with your family or

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Love In The Sixth

Writer/director/actor Jude Klassen’s first feature film Love in The Sixth begins with a compelling opening scene. Interviewed with her boyfriend, a woman states she is “still waiting

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Lefty/Righty: Review

Lefty/Righty (2018, 11 mins) Righty, Ruby & Robbie have a tense relationship, expressed through a few strained words.  In the middle is small Lefty. With

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