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Footprints on floor and a person's foot with light stripes on their leg

The launch of the new UNSW Library Digital Collections shines a light on this exciting and highly accessible material.

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The immersive film Carriberrie uses virtual reality technololgy to invite the audience into a much-needed dialogue about the threatened culture of Australia's first nations people, writes Kate Gwynne.

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After sitting through Darren Aronofsky's "truly insufferable" film, Julian Murphet feels betrayed in every way imaginable. 

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Su Goldfish’s 40-year search for her lost family has been captured in a powerful new documentary.

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Two very different stories about forced migration and detention will be the focus of a Sydney Film Festival panel featuring UNSW's Su Goldfish and Iranian-Dutch director Arash Kamali Sarvestani.

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They might be strays but the dogs of Athens represent hope, dignity and the human capacity for kindness in a new film by UNSW's Mary Zournazi. 

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Opening this week, the 2016 Sci-Fi Film Festival will feature new talent from around the globe, including a short film by UNSW film student Josef Arbiv.

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UNSW will play a starring role at the Australian premiere of unINDIAN, a major feature film directed by alumnus Anupam Sharma and starring former cricketer Brett Lee.

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The sexual cannibalism of the redback spider will feature in a new film by Archibald-winning artist and UNSW alumna Del Kathryn Barton.

Christopher Lee

Christopher Lee was one of the most iconic figures in horror cinema, writes Mark Steven.

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