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21 September 2017
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In this issue we highlight the IndiVision screenings coming up in Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane and Hobart, where you can find out about the art of making a low-budget feature.

We also meet writer/director Kriv Stenders, whose debut feature The Illustrated Family Doctor, starring Samuel Johnson, Colin Friels and Jessica Napier, premiered at the launch of the Big Screen touring festival in Mildura.

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