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The Cave of Forgotten Dreams

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By Inch-time in New Film on Friday 1 July 2011

One of my favourite film-makers working today delivers the goods in his new documentary, The Cave Of Forgotten Dreams. Werner Herzog explores some of the oldest cave paintings ever found. And it’s in 3D and all told in a way only Herzog knows how: albino crocodiles and all.

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Omar S: Strider’s World

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By Inch-time in New Music on Friday 1 July 2011

Omar S makes some of the best underground house music around. It’s deep, dirty and raw, just as you’d expect from a pioneering Detroit artist. Try not to dance to this, I dare you.

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Debut album from Sydney band Quiet Evenings

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By Inch-time in New Music on Friday 1 July 2011

After a day in the studio, I sometimes struggle to fall asleep due to the music still going around in my head. The debut album by Quiet Evenings has been an antidote to this audio overload. They provide a perfect ambient grace that allows me to drift off into slumber. Out now on Sydney based […]

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Into The Sun: a short film by Amy Gebhardt

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By Inch-time in New Film on Friday 1 July 2011

An angelic figure floats suspended in aquatic space. Into The Sun is the the new experimental short film by brilliant Australian director Amy Gebhardt. Hauntingly beautiful.

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Poster made from oil from the Gulf of Mexico disaster

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By Inch-time in New Design on Friday 1 July 2011

Anthony Burrill is one of my favourite graphic designers. His work combines a love of typography and cross-platform collaboration. He recently worked with Happiness Brussells to create a limited edition poster for charity using oil from the Gulf of Mexico disaster.

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