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Euphoria awash in a red glow: review of indie documentary Decks and the City

Euphoria awash in a red glow: review of indie documentary Decks and the City

Review of Decks and the City. This pumping documentary does exactly what it says on the box. It dives deep into the electronic music scene (symbolically represented by the decks that DJs use) and its impact on the nightlife of the city of Adelaide.

Documenting disaster: review of indie documentary A Crude Injustice

Documenting disaster: review of indie documentary A Crude Injustice

The great thing about documentaries is that they enable you to go deeper into the story. You might see something of interest on the news but then it's gone the next day and there's not much more info on the story. A Crude Injustice takes us deeper into the story of a catastrophic oil leak in the Timor Sea in 2009.

It's not science; it's just hard work.

It's not science; it's just hard work.

Mat de Koning has achieved something very rare. He’s turned his camera on his mates and created a documentary that has broad appeal. Meal Tickets, produced by Brooke Silcox, Mat de Koning, and Dave Kavanagh, and directed by Mat de Koning, is a rockumentary on a massive scale.