1. Willis Hog Farm

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    A visit to Paul Willis Farm in Northern Iowa. 7:30 min www.oliveto.com/ourcommunity/

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    • The All-Nighters

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      A short film from Paul Willis and Lia Aprile. In the wee hours of the morning – the city is theirs for the taking. Best friends, Grace (Mariana Klaveno) and Freddie (Lia Aprile), criss-cross the streets of Los Angeles looking for comfort, friendship and a couple of dirty jokes. Official Site: www.theallnightersfilm.com Featuring music by: The Long Winters Leonie Evans & Tom Fox Sea of Bees Salatin Al Tarab Orchestra Hal Goldstein Takahiro Kido Elizabeth McQueen Emil Capshaw and Dustin Tavella

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      • Best of the Best: Women in Science in Melbourne - Q&A

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        Three amazing personalities joined RiAus Director Paul Willis on stage to discuss their journeys as professional women in science and engineering. Each is at a different stage in their career, has overcome a range of obstacles and has had considerable success. These champions of science shared their inpsiration on the night: Baroness Prof Susan Greenfield CBE, Prof Fiona Stanley AC and Young Australian of the Year for 2012 Marita Cheng.

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        • Famed

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          Directed by Paul Willis In January 2005, after enduring homelessness, gambling problems, and a career as an Elvis Impersonator, Jerry Allen contemplates the true meaning of fame among the spectacle of Park City, Utah. Commissioned by the Slamdance Film Festival. DV 5min Editors: T.J. Nelson and Stephen L. Johnson, A.C.E. Music: Chanda Y. Dancy Title Music by: Rat Cat Hogan

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          • Best of the Best: Women in Science in Melbourne - Talk

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            Three amazing personalities joined RiAus Director Paul Willis on stage to discuss their journeys as professional women in science and engineering. Each is at a different stage in their career, has overcome a range of obstacles and has had considerable success. These champions of science shared their inpsiration on the night: Baroness Prof Susan Greenfield CBE, Prof Fiona Stanley AC and Young Australian of the Year for 2012 Marita Cheng.

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            • THERE THERE by Kristen Kosmas, Paul Willis & Peter Ksander

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              AVAILABLE NOW @ WWW.ONTHEBOARDS.TV Christopher Walken falls off a ladder in Russia and is unable to perform his Chekov-inspired solo show. Karen, who apparently proofread the script once, is asked to go on in Walken’s place. A precarious bilingual performance duet ensues between Karen and her Russian interpreter, Leo. There There is a wildly unpredictable theatrical roller coaster about being the completely wrong person in the totally wrong place at the exact wrong time saying and doing all the most wrong things. "…language-drenched, resonant knockout" - The New York Times

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              • Science Behind the Headlines: The Murray-Darling Basin - Introduction by South Australian Premier Hon Jay Weatherill

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                South Australian Premier Hon Jay Weatherill introduced a debate about The Murray-Darling Basin held on 12 March 2012 at the Science Exchange.

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                • Science Behind the Headlines: The Murray-Darling Basin Plan Part 1

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                  Dr Paul Willis hosted a discussion on 12 March 2012 at the Science Exchange on the science behind the Murray-Darling Basin Plan. Paul asked how do you measure a river and what does the plan mean for the environment, economy and society with his expert panel: Dr. Ben Gawne, Director, The Murray-Darling Freshwater Research Centre; Prof. Barry Hart, a Member of the Murray-Darling Basin Authority and Former Director of the Monash Water Studies; and Dr. Richard Davis from Wentworth Group.

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                  • Telling Science Stories with Randy Olson - Part 2 and Audience Q&A

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                    Second part of the evening hosted by Paul Willis with film-maker and author Randy Olson with audience Q&A. Randy Olson left a career in marine biology to pursue the lure of Hollywood glamour. Now a successful writer and director, Randy is passionate about representing science in his films. Randy shared his stories and passions about filmmaking and some of the challenges of representing science for popular culture.

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                    • Solar Eclipse 2012 - An interview with Fred Watson

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                      Paul Willis in conversation with Fred Watson about the science of solar eclipses.

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