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Tag archives: Melbourne Underground Film Festival

Underground and unrepentant: indie filmmaker Terry McMahon

Crikey August 23, 2012

“I consider myself a hack-whore who doesn’t want to forget how to kiss,” Irish filmmaker Terry McMahon tells Luke Buckmaster. His new film Charlie Casanova screens at the Melbourne Underground Film Festival this week.

MUFF director responds to online smear campaign

Crikey September 8, 2010

In a revealing interview with Cinetology blogger Luke Buckmaster, Melbourne Underground Film Festival director Richard Wolstencroft has responded to vicious allegations made against him by an anonymous blogger.

Cops didn’t show, but maybe they should have: gay zombie porno sickens

Luke Buckmaster August 30, 2010 33 Comments

The Melbourne Underground Film Festival staged an illegal screening of Bruce LaBruce's banned gay zombie flick LA Zombie. A victory for free speech, perhaps, but it's hard to emerge from it feeling like anything other than a loser.

Straight horror porn good, gay zombie porn banned

Crikey July 21, 2010 4 Comments

So, filming supposedly-alternative ladies with breast implants actually getting terrorised in the woods is fine with everyone. But a presumably cheeky zombie satire featuring consenting actors poking their dicks in rubber cement is a crime, writes Andrew Tijs.