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Alex is a 24 year-old West Australian who has a slight obsession with film. When he's not frowning at Australia's slack attitude towards film and film-making, he's attempting to crack into the prestigious business of show, by making amateur comedies with his friends. With his DVD collection and wealth of film knowledge in tow, Alex continues to write about film, something he knows gets the ladies.

Adelaide Film Festival: Week 2 Report

Alex Lines reports from Adelaide Film Festival, and reviews Aussie films Guilty, Sweet Country Cargo and more!

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Talking Editing With Axel Grigor, Director Of JILL BILCOCK: DANCING THE INVISIBLE

Axel Grigor, editor/director of the documentary about legendary Australian film editor Jill Bilcock, spoke with us about his film and editing.

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Interview with F*cking Adelaide Director Sophie Hyde

Mini-series Fucking Adelaide premieres at Adelaide Film Festival on October 8 - Alex Lines spoke with Director Sophie Hyde.

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I WAS A DREAMER: We Can All Do Better

I Was a Dreamer is a mostly successful biographical film about a man seeking redemption, unique for having its lead character play himself.

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CinefestOZ 2017 Film Festival Report

Alex Lines attended CinefestOZ in Western Australia over the course of last weekend and reports on the mostly Australian films he got to see.

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Melbourne International Film Festival 2017 Week 3

Alex Lines describes his final week at the Melbourne International Film Festival, in which he saw films ranging from sci-fi to quirky dramas.

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Interview With GOD'S OWN COUNTRY Director Francis Lee

We were able to sit down and talk with Francis Lee, director of the acclaimed upcoming British drama God's Own Country.

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Melbourne International Film Festival 2017 Week 3

In this 2nd report, Alex Lines reviews 12 of the films he saw at Melbourne International Film Festival; among them Lemon, Lucky and Insyriated.

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AUSTRALIA DAY: Mixed Messages

Australia Day is a Crash-style drama that contrasts 3 different minorities facing persecution and racism on the backdrop of Australia Day.

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Interview With CALL ME BY YOUR NAME Director Luca Guadagnino

Film Inquiry writer Alex Lines was able to sit down and talk with Luca Guadagnino, director of Call My By Your Name and the

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