November 2013
Televisual;Nov2013, p5
The article reflects on the contribution of the post production company Molinare in producing the feature documentaries, "The Last Man On The Moon" and "McCullin" along with quotes from their directors Mark Craig and Jacqui Morris on the same and listing of Molinare's other projects.


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