Episode 3.08

After making some origami unicorns that symbolise the fragility and momentary lifespan of our artificial selves, we figure out how to define a film’s country of origin, speak to actor Nathan Phillips about Tasmanian cannibalism, then try to figure out if Baz Luhrmann’s Australia looks anything like the one we’re familiar with.

First aired on 27 November 2008

The Bazura Project 3.08 – Opening

A new show awaits you in the off-digital networks, a chance to begin again in a golden programme of opportunity and adventure.

The Bazura Project 3.08 – News

Mary and Max go online, Hollywood sinks even lower, the X-Men go emo, and a fascinating new project everyone’s talking about.

The Bazura Project 3.08 – Feature Story

Just how do you define a film’s country of origin? Whatever your definition, it’s about to be cast asunder as we look at the tricky politics of movie birthing.

The Bazura Project 3.08 – Interview

Few actors appear to enjoy their work as much as Nathan Phillips, and even fewer have appeared on Bazura. Lee and Shannon throw some questions his way.

The Bazura Project 3.08 – Reviews

The Bazura Project takes on The Baz Luhrmann Project as Shannon and Lee critique Australia.

The Bazura Project 3.08 – Outro

Vaarwel!

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