Queen of the Desert – selected news clippings

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Front page of the Wangaratta Chronicle – Starlady’s home town paper, November 2012.

Listen

Joy FM podcast with Alex and Starlady

ABC Radio Rural interview with Alex and Starlady

ABC Radio Alice Springs story

Radio Australia interview with Alex and Starlady

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Front page Alice Springs paper Centralian Advocate, November 2012

Read

ABC Alice Springs “Ready for our close up” story

Gay Express (NZ) Interview with Starlady

SMH Review of Queen of the Desert

Starlady’s blog

AIDC Round Up on Screen Australia presentation

Inside Film Magazine interview with Alex

Julia Winterflood review of of film and Pink Carpet Premiere

That Munanga Linguist review

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 MX Newspaper page 3 feature, November 2012

Watch

Queen of the Desert web extras including crew interviews

Sunrise program

‘An inspiring story about a remarkable person’
Greg Hassal, Sydney Morning Herald Review

‘Step Aside Priscilla there is a new Queen in town… We have a lot to learn from indigenous Australia’
Sunday Territorian

I sat and watched that doco tonight with a permanent smile and then in parts, I was laughing out loud with the rest of Areyonga. That was one of the most gorgeous and inspirational stories I have seen in a long while. To work amongst indigenous people and to be privilege to culture is a gift not shared with many, but it seems, you are a light amongst all people with a heart of gold.
Facebook comment

‘How beautiful to see a remote community finally portrayed as creative, healthy and vibrant. Great work @ABC2′
Twitter comment

Last night I had the heartwarming pleasure of attending the Alice premiere of Queen of the Desert, the most uplifting, entertaining and downright outrageous doco about a Central Australian community I’ve ever seen. Five starladies from me!
Julia Winterflood, Blogger

 

 

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