Like Milo Yiannopoulos controversy, attention and exposure is what Richard Wolstencroft wants and its what he needs for the Melbourne Underground Film Festival (MUFF). The 2018 catalogue was just released (see here) and it falsely frames the screening of Vaxxed in order to maximise the potential for controversy. I wanted to deflate the manufactured controversy. … More If a tree falls in the forest does it make a sound. If Vaxxed is shown at MUFF has it really been shown at a festival?
We have heard from some of the extremists of the environmental movement over recent years — people like Al Gore, for example. Remember his infamous movie, An Inconvenient Truth? The whole movie was an inconvenient truth for him, because it had more holes in it than Swiss cheese. It was proven time and time again … More An Inconvenient Truth – A Climate Denial Talking Point
So it looks like ‘Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe’ by Andrew Wakefield is finally going to get an Australian film festival premiere care of the Melbourne Underground Film Festival (MUFF). For good measure the notorious documentary the Red Pill (named after the matrix like epiphany Elam had when “his mother tried to force him to take … More VAXXED, CLIFF and THRUSSELL: How a cancelled film was everything about consequences of poor decision making and nothing about freedom of speech.
Limits to growth: policies to steer the economy away from disaster The earth is a finite place. Earth image from http://www.shutterstock.com Samuel Alexander, University of Melbourne If the rich nations in the world keep growing their economies by 2% each year and by 2050 the poorest nations catch up, the global economy of more than … More Limits to growth: policies to steer the economy away from disaster
The fossil-fuelled political economy of Australian elections AAP/Lukas Coch David Holmes, Monash University The endorsement for coal mining from the Labor-Coalition duopoly that the election campaign has seen in the last week makes the token appeals that have been made about tackling climate change even more disingenuous. In this election campaign, the major parties have … More The fossil-fuelled political economy of Australian elections