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submitted by Kytherian Biographies Project on 20.12.2011

Crossing the ice

The lonely expanse

The Mission:


Justin Jones and I have undertaken a world first - an unsupported polar expedition: Crossing the Ice. Traversing from the Antarctic rim to the South Pole and back, we will journey 2200kms on skis, sled-hauling all provisions essential for three months survival in one of the harshest environments on the planet.

When:
Expedition: Nov 2011 – Jan 2012

How:
On foot and completely unsupported. ...

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submitted by Kytherian Biographies Project on 20.12.2011

Crossing the ice

The Route

The Mission:


Justin Jones and I have undertaken a world first - an unsupported polar expedition: Crossing the Ice. Traversing from the Antarctic rim to the South Pole and back, we will journey 2200kms on skis, sled-hauling all provisions essential for three months survival in one of the harshest environments on the planet.

When:
Expedition: Nov 2011 – Jan 2012

How:
On foot and completely unsupported. We’ll ...

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submitted by Kytherian Biographies Project on 20.12.2011

Australia to New Zealand by Kayak - the Route Map

On November 13 2007 James Castrission , Justin Jones, and Lot 41 departed Forster, Australia. 62 days later they arrived in New Plymouth New Zealand.

They had kayaked 3318km, braved 10 metre swells, faced howling winds of over 50 knots, endured severe food and sleep deprivation, wasting muscles and adverse winds and currents to become the first kayak expedition across the tasman sea as well as become the longest trans oceanic kayaking expedition undertaken by two expeditioners. Find ...

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submitted by Kytherian Biographies Project on 20.12.2011

Kendal's Brewery Arts Centre, the main venue for the Kendal Mountain Festival

On Sunday 20th November 2011, Crossing the Ditch won the Grand Prize at the prestigious Kendal Mountain Film Festival. Kendal is loctaed in England.

The Brewery Arts Centre in Kendal is a multi-purpose arts complex presenting a year round programme of theatre, music, films, lectures and exhibitions, together with a range of amateur participatory activities including art and craft workshops, ...

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submitted by Kytherian Biographies Project on 20.12.2011

Crossing the ditch. Another James Castrission adventure

On November 13 2007 James Castrission, Justin Jones and Lot 41 departed Forster, Australia. 62 days later they arrived in New Plymouth New Zealand.

They had kayaked 3318km, braved 10 metre swells, faced howling winds of over 50 knots, endured severe food and sleep deprivation, wasting muscles and adverse winds and currents to become the first kayak expedition across the tasman sea as well as become the longest trans oceanic kayaking expedition undertaken by two expeditioners
.

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 06.12.2011

Massive production studio at CarriageWorks, Redfern Sydney

where George Miller's Happy Feet 2 was produced.

You see the animation team that numbered 670 at its peak, working on production and sound editing.

Australian Financial Review.

December EDITION, 2011

pp. 1, & 28-34

Brook Turner

Photograph: Dr D studios at Sydney’s CarriageWorks, Redfern, Sydney. Photo by Nic Walker

Millers Crossing


Four years after reaching the pinnacle ...

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submitted by Australian Financial Review on 06.12.2011

The tragedy and the trilogy

Australian Financial Review.

December EDITION, 2011

p. 32

Brook Turner

Photograph: Brothers-in-arms. George Miller (right) with his business partner and collaborator Doug Mitchell


It’s a measure of George Miller’s pulling power that his long-time studio Warner Bros has not only persevered with Mad Max 4: Fury Road, but pumped additional millions into a budget, initially reported at $100 million, to allow it to ...

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submitted by Australian Financial Review on 06.12.2011

George Millers new script

Australian Financial Review.

December EDITION, 2011

pp. 1, & 28-34

Brook Turner

Photograph: Dr D studios at Sydney’s CarriageWorks, Redfern, Sydney. Photo by Nic Walker

Millers Crossing


Four years after reaching the pinnacle of his pfofession, George Miller has embarked on a whole new game.

As Brook Turner writes, it's one that has profound implications for the future of filmaking, ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 20.11.2011

Snow Business

Sydney Morning Herald

Garry Maddox

November 19, 2011

Photograph: Cold feet ... (from left) Bo, Erik and Atticus were created for Happy Feet Two
.

On the set of Happy Feet Two Oscar winner George Miller opens up about emotional, intellectual and visceral storytelling (and dancing penguins).

A brutal deadline for Happy Feet Two is looming but George Miller could hardly be calmer as he reflects on how he has spent the ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 20.11.2011

George Miller and the value of patience

Garry Maddox

Sydney Morning Herald

November 17, 2011

Photograph: George Miller and Lovelace from Happy Feet
.

He has been shooting films since Mad Max burst onto the screen more than 30 years ago but George Miller says he is still learning.

"The big thing about animation is you learn much more forensically so much about filmmaking and storytelling and, indeed, life," he says. "I know more about eyes than I ever did ...

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submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 21.05.2011

Mark Drolc, graphic designer, with George, his passion

a book written about her father, by Ruby Brown Feros.

Mark is the preferred graphic designer and book compositor for the Kytherian World Heritage Fund.

He always strives for excellence, and makes an effort above an beyond the "call of duty".

In the case of George, his passion, Mark, at his own initiative, drove down to the Brown family property near Gunning, in south western New South Wales, to collate the photographs for the book, and get a "good" ...

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submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 21.05.2011

Mark Drolc, graphic designer, working on the book Life in Australia

Mark is the preferred graphic designer and book compositor for the Kytherian World Heritage Fund.

He always strives for excellence, and makes an effort above an beyond the "call of duty".

He has designed a number of books for the KWHF in the past, and is currently working on three more.

On the Mark Design

Level 1, 135-137 Harris Street
Pyrmont 2009
NSW

p: +61 2 9566 1577
m: 0420 520 684 ...

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submitted by Kytherian Newsflash on 02.02.2011

Professor John Prineas. Medical pioneer awarded.

Wednesday, 26 January 2011
Reporter: Branwen Morgan
ABC

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Professor John Prineas has spent almost fifty years conducting research into MS (Source: MS Research Australia/YouTube)

Australia Day honours Doctors from various fields of medicine have been recognised in today's Australia Day Honours list.

Professor John Prineas, who specialises ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cuisine on 11.11.2010

Feast Your Eyes. The eye health cookbook

Author: compiled by Minas and Hellene Coroneo

When Published: 2010

Publisher: Genetic Eye Foundation Limited

Available:

Genetic Eye Foundation Limited
2 St Pauls Street,
Randwick NSW 2031

Phone: +61 2 9382 2493

Fax: +61 2 9382 2488

Email: Orders, Feast ...

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submitted by Jim Saltis on 29.10.2010

ΤΑ ΤΕΣΣΕΡΑ ΣΠΙΤΙΑ. ΜΥ FOUR HOMES.

Author: Protopsaltis Dimitris ( Jim Saltis)

When Published: September 2004

Publisher: STAFILIDIS PUBLICATIONS Athens GREECE.

Available: Jim Saltis Ph. 93999767, and

Email Jim Saltis

and Kytherian Association

Email KAA ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 20.10.2010

Build it and they will gasp: engineer honoured

Sydney Morning Herald

October 18, 2010

Photograph: No fault ... helipad-cum-tennis court atop Burj Al Arab in Dubai.


Harry Poulos' creations set jaws agape the world over, writes Heath Gilmore.

The world was agog when images first surfaced of tennis greats Andre Agassi and Roger Federer playing on the world's highest tennis court - the helipad ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 09.10.2010

Gift to NSW ... standing Lakshmi ... an 1894 lithograph of the goddess, donated by Kytherian Jim Masselos

Sydney Morning Herald

August 18, 2010

Joyce Morgan

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Gift to NSW ... standing Lakshmi ... an 1894 lithograph of the goddess, donated by Kytherian Jim Masselos

Dr Jim Masselos has sat in the dust with Indian peasants and supped with a Maharani.

Along the way the Sydney historian has amassed one of the biggest but least known collections of Indian ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 12.04.2010

George Miller awarded France’s most prestigious artistic award, the Order of Arts and Letters.

Sydney, 10.03.2010

Honoured: Oscar-winning director George Miller. (Getty Images: Lucas Dawson )

Director George Miller was awarded France’s most prestigious artistic award, the Order of Arts and Letters. Miller received the award, known in France as Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, by French ambassador to Australia Michel Filhol at the opening of the French Film Festival in Sydney on Tuesday night.

The director of iconic films such as Mad Max, Babe and ...

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submitted by Kytherian Publishing & Media on 19.03.2010

Diggers and Greeks. Maria Hill. Book Launches & How to Buy

Diggers and Greeks is a culmination of eight years of research and writing.

The Kytherian World Heritage Fund (KWHF), cultural affiliate of the Kytherian Association of Australia, decided very early, to financially support Dr Hill’s book. We made this decision on the basis that KWHF delights in supporting good authors, particularly those writing on a Kytherian, Ionian, Minoan, Greek, and/or Greek-Australian themes. KWHF also supported ...

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submitted by Australian Gourmet Traveller on 04.03.2010

Australian Gourmet Traveller. March 2010.

Author: Australian Gourmet Traveller

When Published: March 2010

Publisher: Australian Consolidated Press Magazines

Available: All Newsagencies, and many supermarkets in Australia

Description: 204 page 'glossy magazine' - devoted entirely to Greek cuisine.

Download 1-page flyer here:

Gourmet_Traveller_Mar_2010.pdf