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 The World of Film in Australia - on the Internet Updated Monday September 16, 2019 

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FRESH AIR ON THE BUSES

Fresh Air, the fresh and inventive debut feature from Neil Mansfield, is a low budget film about three young people finding their way through life, set in Sydney. To help you get there – and in the spirit of the film’s own ethos – the producers are giving away FREE BUS PASSES as part of a FRESH AIR PRIZE PACK.

This low budget (but high value) package contains:

* A 6-track sampler CD from the soundtrack,
* Two ‘unlimited stops’ bus passes to get two of you there and back,
* A special edition ‘Zine
* A double pass to the film, screening from May, 1999 at the Dendy Newtown.

WINNERS:
Readers were asked in 25 words or less, why they would like to win.
Below are the winners and their winning entries. Congratulations!

1. Zeynep Selcuk

On your preview page, the first picture shows a wonderful cow.
To err is human, but to moo is bovine.

2. Liz Taylor

Many Aussie films are such a breath of fresh air compared to the big commercial releases. I let them take me away.

3. John Alsop

I live in the suburb next to Newtown and I am eager to see how our local subculture has been reflected on film.

4. NICK GABOR

FRESH AIR in Newtown would be a blast! King Street has not experienced any fresh air for a zillion years....aahhh, the irony!!!

5. Michael Atkins

I would like to win because this is one of the most original movie prizes anyone has given away in a while.

Prize packs will be sent directly to five lucky winners by RB Films.

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