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Game celebrates Australian film

AUSTRALIAN graphic artist Chris Wahl has created a movie mural that pays homage to Australian film and has caused plenty of online buzz.

This unique piece of artwork (below) celebrates Australian film by incorporating 26 Australian-related films hidden in the image.

The artwork is part of a Facebook game at http://yesopt.us/optusmoviematch.

The online game 'Movie Match' includes Aussie movies, movies with Aussie actors, or movies shot in Australia.

More than 30,000 people have played the game so far, and thousands more are stumped by some of the clues.

The game was created for Optus Movie Rewards, and if people enter their answers they can be put into a draw to win 1 of 5 gold movie passes.

Can you spot all 26 Australian-related films hidden in the artwork?

Topics:  art, artwork, australia, films, movies



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