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2014 marks 50 years in the film industry for cinema’s Godfather, Robert De Niro. This edition, the silver-screen legend talks film, fame and family and explains why he never pays attention to his critics.
Also in this issue:
Matthew Woodward meets frontwoman Laura Jane Grace of punk-rock outfit Against Me!; Tara Judah talks with The Railway Men director Jonathan Teplitzky; Emily Laidlaw takes a peek at the page-turning plots of book publicists; Rebecca Harkins-Cross reviews the latest Coen Brothers’ film, Inside Llewyn Davis; and in ‘Roving Eye’ we present great photographs from a new book by Tim Baker, Australia’s Century of Surf.
This edition’s ‘Vendor Profile’ is Kylie from Canberra. And we have ‘Streetsheet’ contributions from Marcus in Melbourne; Amanda in Adelaide; Adam R, Andrew W and Pamela in Sydney; Grant W in Canberra and Stephen M in Brisbane. We also have a great photo of ladies from our Women’s Subscription Enterprise posing with Lisa Wilkinson from Channel 9’s Today Show.
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