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Posted by Dan Kuseta
27. Aug, 2012
We recently tagged along to the program launch of Melbourne Festival 2012, the last for outgoing director Brett Sheehy.
It look like Sheehy plans to go out with a bang, if his program including Thurston Moore, floating bars and plenty of free events is anything to go by.
Here’s a taste of what we’re in for this October.
Milk Bar Mag reviewed Land of Mine, a heartbreakingly powerful film at the tail end of World War 2.
Rules for Living is a marvellous and hilarious comedy looking at the murky waters of family Christmas.
Milk Bar Mag was lucky enough to attend The Japanese Princess, a love triangle for the ages.
The Melbourne Tomato Festival calls for all Looking for Alibrandi fans to partake in ‘sauce day'.
Spend the weekend in the sun, feasting on the freshest seafood, listening to Jazz. It’s a yes from us.
A nod to the infamous Betty Wallace, who sold $1 Betty’s Burgers from a sandwich shop in Noosa, Betty’s has just opened in the Melbourne CBD.