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‘I turned 11 vials of smallpox into 11 vampires’: Warwick Thornton on his ‘wacky’ anti-colonial series Firebite
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‘I turned 11 vials of smallpox into 11 vampires’: Warwick Thornton on his ‘wacky’ anti-colonial series Firebite

Sunrise across the Australian desert. Headlights blazing, a silver Mack truck accelerates towards its destination, kicking up a trail of dust in its wake. In the driver’s seat is Jalingbirri, a “blood hunter” – the only one of his kind left standing. For years, Jalingbirri has defended his people against the monsters the first fleet … Continue reading

Wings: the story of the Sunera Foundation
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Wings: the story of the Sunera Foundation

 ‘Here, the legless walked tall; the blind pointed that we may see; the armless embraced us warmly and those in their wheelchairs told us of the wheels of life, of this spinning world and how they could steer over the rainbow where they, the butterflies would waft on wings of art and song.’ –          Carl … Continue reading

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Founded 30 years ago, Sri Lanka’s Mercedes-Benz Club is one of the oldest and most active in the region. It is unique in more ways than one: over the three decades of its existence, its members have championed a club that celebrates the marque and then goes beyond it, creating a community of car enthusiasts which spans generations. Continue reading