Helping people help themselves
Dustin Hoffman is a screen legend – renowned for his roles in movies such as The Graduate, Midnight Cowboy and Tootsie. Recently, he made his debut as a director with the star-studded film Quartet. Now aged 75, Hoffman explains why the once-angry young man has found contentment late in life.
Also in this issue:
Angela Meyer talks love and logic with The Rosie Project author Graeme Simsion; Matthew Woodward tunes in to the hybrid sound of Salem punk/metal band Converge; Glenn Dunks examines the starring role of US politics during Hollywood’s awards season; and in ‘Roving Eye’, Boston-based photographer Rania Matar reveals the universal haven of teens on the brink of adulthood in her series A Girl and her Room.
This edition’s ‘Vendor Profile’ is Peter from Geelong. And we have ‘Streetsheet’ contributions from Deb in Canberra, Owen D in Melbourne,
Stephen M in Brisbane and Stevo in Perth. We also have a great photo of players on the last day of Street Football Festival in Sydney.
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