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ACMI Mary and Max Exhibition
« on: April 19, 2010, 08:53:34 PM »
I'm over a month late, but what the hell; there is currently a Mary and Max exhibition showing at the ACMI in Melbourne's federation square until the 6th of June.

Anyone who has viewed this film (as I only recently have), is in any way interested in Adam Elliot's works (creator of the Oscar winning short Harvie Krumpet), is interested in Australian film or doing this course, I recommend dropping in to see it. You can even see CSU graduate John Lewis giving a bit of a breakdown of some of his work in one of the video presentations, as well as many of the props, settings and character models used in the film.

If you haven't seen the film, I must recommend it most strongly. I have only just finished seeing it, and have never been so emotionally affected by an Australia film, nor any large number films of any nationality.
Just in case people were wondering, it stands for 'At The Convenience Of The Experimenter.'

And now... this!