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realtime 2012 reader survey gifts

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Share with us a little information about yourself, your arts habits and interests and what you think of the magazine in print and online.

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Grateful for your time, we’re offering gifts to some lucky readers.

The New iPad (one only)

The very latest iPad offers heightened text and visual pleasure and a host of features: 16GB, Wi-Fi (Ultrafast Wireless*), 5-mega pixel iSight Camera, HD video recording, dual-core A5X chip, Retina Display—four times more pixels than iPad 2, razor-sharp text, richer colours;10 hours battery life, Dictation and iCloud. (*NB: Not 3G or 4G model)

Bill Cunningham New York, DVD

courtesy Madman Entertainment courtesy Madman Entertainment
Richard Press’ utterly fascinating feature-length documentary follows 80-year old Bill Cunningham on his bicycle as he photographs what people are wearing on the street for his much-loved New York Times page, cajoles layout artists and attends opening nights. Famous friends, including Anna Wintour, talk about Bill and we visit his home in the Carnegie Concert Hall building where fellow artists of his generation reside. Press’ film is a wonderful celebration of a truly idiosyncratic artist and self-made cultural anthropologist.

5 copies courtesy Madman Entertainment

The Slap, 8-part series, Blu Ray

courtesy Hopscotch Films courtesy Hopscotch Films
Based on Christos Tsiolkas’ best-selling novel, the ABC TV series has enjoyed similar success with its carefully paced, meticulously detailed and emotionally charged account of the book. Each episode focuses on a central character while sustaining the overall unfolding drama of families, relatives and friends wracked by an incident in which a man slaps someone else’s child. It’s rare to see such rich emotional engagement in Australian television drama—the work of leading actors, directors and producers loyal to the book but making it a superb stand-alone series.

3 copies courtesy of Hopscotch Films

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RealTime issue #108 April-May 2012 pg.

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