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Pause Fest’s founder, George Hedon, lists
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Conference: Global Village
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For its fourth year, PAUSE FEST is offering up even more ideas, debates, and inspiration
for those delving into the brave, new digital world. By CARA NASH
W
hile it may be Australia’s most progressive
digital festival, Pause Fest is actually an
event where forging personal connections
remains its central goal. “Everyone is
used to working behind closed doors and
gathering in their own niche pockets or spending 24 hours
online chatting away,” the festival’s founder, George Hedon,
acknowledges. “Pause Fest 2014 is urging the creative
community to take a moment out of their busy life schedules
to pause and enjoy real-time connections.”
In line with that sentiment, this year’s festival theme is
‘Connected’, and aims to bring together everyone from local
creatives and entrepreneurs to academics and those simply
interested in the possibilities of digital culture. “The
theme needed to be simple, meaningful and effective,”
Hedon relays. “The concept behind it was to bring together
dubs “a full 360 experience” – is also packed with a series
of free and ticketed events, which includes film screenings,
interactive instillations and workshops. With the possibilities
of the digital world often feeling overwhelming and everexpanding, Hedon hopes the festival can act as a filter for
ideas. “We are all part of the digital culture whether we like
it or not,” he says. “The problem with that is that there are
so many voices and almost no platforms to filter the good
from the bad. That’s part of Pause Fest’s mission – keeping
the content to a high standard. I guess filmmakers are
waiting for the culture to grow a bit so that they can extract
stories from it like The Social Network, Downloaded, which
is a story of Napster that we are actually playing at the
festival, or something like The Fifth Estate. I think they are on
it big time!”
“PAUSE FEST 2014 IS URGING THE CREATIVE COMMUNITY
TO TAKE A MOMENT OUT OF THEIR BUSY LIFE SCHEDULES TO
PAUSE AND ENJOY REAL-TIME CONNECTIONS.”
leaders of creative economy into one event that showcases
the current state of Australian digital culture. The audience
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digestible keynote presentations, and all in one jam-packed
and action-driven festival. The keynote format is very
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Q&As after each presentation. The audience shouldn’t worry
if they are not from the same industry as they will find a lot
in common and probably learn something new that can be
applied to their own business.”
Along with these presentations and conferences, this
year’s four-day, Melbourne-based festival – which Hedon
At the end of the day, the festival is all about providing
four days “that’ll inspire a year’s worth of work”. “Pause
Fest’s intentions are big ideas that drive innovation, help
you learn new skills for product launches, and offer a
collaborative platform,” Hedon sums up. “I want people
to use Pause Fest as a reason to engage with each other,
with the festival and to take full advantage of it. The aim is
to become the organic super-glue of digital culture in the
simplest terms. Come meet the genius who sat beside you.”
Pause Fest runs in Melbourne from February 13-16.
For more information, visit www.pausefest.com.au.
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CHRISTIAN ANTIDORMI
Starting out on the family-friendly Aussie
soap, Home And Away, young actor, Christian
Antidormi, has turned his image on its head
with his uncompromising performance as
the vicious, rapacious Tiberius, the scheming
son and right-hand-man of Roman military
mastermind, Crassus.
JOE FLANIGAN
A veteran actor with a host of roles in the
worlds of TV (Dawson’s Creek, First Monday),
theatre and film (The Other Sister), the LAbased Joe Flanigan scored everlasting cult
cache with his recurring role as Lt. Colonel
John Sheppard on the hit sci-fi television series,
Stargate Atlantis.
GARY JONES
Gary Jones has worked on television and on
stage in Britain and Canada, but is best known
for his recurring role as Sgt. Walter Harriman
in Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis. He has
also made guest appearances on other genre
faves like Sliders, Cold Squad, The Outer Limits,
Andromeda and Dead Like Me.
Brisbane RNA Showgrounds, November 8-10 2013 • Adelaide Showground, November 15-17 2013
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What’s the best thing
about playing Tiberius
on Spartacus? “Besides his
incredible arc throughout the
season, he’s a bad guy. And playing
a bad guy is so much fun! He tried
so hard to constantly prove himself
to his father and everyone around
him, and the lengths that he went
to in order to achieve what he
wanted was really interesting and
exciting to play.”
Have you been to
Supanova before? If not,
what are you expecting?
“I haven’t! I can’t wait for the
experience, and to meet so many
awesome Spartacus fans.”
Are you prepared to
sign anything? Limbs,
foreheads... “Why not!?”
Are you a bit of a “geek”
yourself? “You betcha! I’ve been
the biggest Breaking Bad fan since
day one, and shows like Game Of
Thrones and The Walking Dead are
just phenomenal. With movies, the
Harry Potter, Lord Of The Rings and
The Hobbit series fit right into my
geek mode.”
Which actor or director
would you be most
starstruck to meet? “The
list is endless... with actors, I’d love
to brain pick Leo DiCaprio, Tom
Hardy, and Al Pacino, just to name
a few. With directors, definitely
Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg
and Quentin Tarantino.”
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