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Much to my delight, I did not win a Ditmar on the weekend. That honour went to Paul Haines (as it rightly should). Regardless, that brings me up to ten nominations and no wins. I am equal, now, with Bill Wright, my friend and enemy, the...

Here is my Snapshot interview, as done by Kathryn Linge (kathrynlinge) Ben Peek is a Sydney-based writer. He has published short stories, poems, a chapbook, and essays. His novels include Black Sheep, a dystopian novel published by Prime Books, and an autobiography, Twenty-Six Lies/One Truth, published...

These every-few-years Snapshots are developing their own grim kind of gravitas in the vein of Michael Apted’s ‘The Up Series’. All the hope and aspirations showcased then savaged by the passage of time. A few years on and suddenly one of us is gone. Look...

It happened: the lurking sickness of yesterday arrived, and both the girl and I are muttering and wandering around the house, diseased. No doubt, it's terrible. No doubt, I will be able to bottle it and sell it to my friends and enemies. Until then, I...

Laurel Nakadate's second film, The Wolf Knife, is the examination of two teenage girls and their sexuality, caught between that of an adult, and that of a child. A video artist and photographer, Nakadate's The Wolf Knife is a film that falls under mumblecore. Shot cheaply...