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New Tickets Released for Sold-Out MWF18 Events

We are delighted to announce that new tickets have been released for the following sessions:

 

Emily Nussbaum: Culture, Criticism & TV Today: Emily Nussbaum has won a large and devoted international readership by giving contemporary television the incisive, sophisticated and entertaining criticism it deserves. Join The New Yorker’s brilliant TV critic for a conversation about art, culture and storytelling and screen. With Bhakthi Puvanenthiran. 25 Aug, 1pm

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The Fifth Estate: Masha Gessen
Masha Gessen is an award-winning author and a staff writer at The New Yorker. She speaks to Sally Warhaft about The Future is History: How Totalitarianism Reclaimed Russia, her non-fiction 2017 National Book Award-winning work that charts the coming-of-age of four Russians born in the early 1980s. Update to previously advertised information: this event has moved from The Wheeler Centre’s Performance Space to Deakin Edge at Federation Square. 25 Aug, 4pm

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Pretty for an Aboriginal: Set it Alight
Part podcast, part polemic, part stand-up, this conversation with Nakkiah Lui and Miranda Tapsell and very special guest Ta-Nehisi Coates burns down the structures, strictures and power brokers that have governed the entertainment industry for too long. Featuring performances by upcoming Indigenous musician BIRDZ with support from Alice Skye. 29 Aug, 7pm

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Female Thrillers
Three thriller writers, Candice Fox, Susi Fox and Megan Goldin, get into the nitty gritty of their genre. Join them for a discussion on defying stereotypes and expectations of female characters, writing revenge, and how women’s stories and experiences are depicted in thrillers. With Shelley Hadfield. Update to previously advertised information: this event has moved from ACMI Cinema 1 to Deakin Edge. 31 Aug, 11.30am

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