Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom, Brothers’ Nest, Clayton Jacobson Interview, Disability in Films, Srey Channthy, Refugee Week – Not A Knife

It’s another bumper episode of Not A Knife this week. A review of Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom, a review of Brothers’ Nest, an interview with director Clayton Jacobson – all covers the film side of the show. Then there’s a discussion about disability in cinema thanks to a listener email. A short look at the voice of the late, great Srey Channthy who headed the superb Cambodian Space Project and guested on Astronomy Class‘ superb album Mekong Delta Sunrise. Finally, a quick look at what’s going on this week for Refugee Week.

Links as mentioned in the show:

The episode of Like I’m A Six-Year-Old with actor/comedian Quentin Kenihan
Frances Ryan’s article: We wouldn’t accept actors blacking up, so why applaud ‘cripping up’?
Information about the ASRC World Refugee Day Telethon
Read up about Refugee Week in Australia
Read Dr Amy Kavanagh’s twitter thread about sight impairment navigation
Find all about the Cambodian Space Project and the great Srey Channthy
Check out the great Astronomy Class 
Read about the deaths of Manus and Nauru Island here and here

Check out other great shows on the Auscast Network here. Show featured in this episode: Yeah, G’day!

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Andrew F Peirce

Andrew is passionate about Australian cinema, Australian politics, Australian culture, and Australia in general. Found regularly talking online about Sweet Country, and reminding people to watch Young Adult.

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