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It Must Be Heaven

No matter where we go, people are always the same. Such is the essential truth of life that is explored in It Must Be Heaven. Elia Suleiman (who wrote the film and also stars as himself) moves to three different countries, plying his trade as a writer. Meeting a colourful cast of characters from New York […]

Be Better Off Show

Inspirational and incredibly interesting, the Be Better Off Show is the perfect mix of business and lifestyle advice. Hosted by author, speaker and CEO of an ASX-listed chartered accountancy firm, Brett Kelly, this podcast is about helping people be better off in all aspects of their life. And frankly, that’s what we all need in […]

In Fabric

Once you see In Fabric, you’ll never try a dress on in a department store change room the same way again. You see, In Fabric is the tale of a dress. But not a normal dress. A dress that, once worn, unleashes a malevolent curse and unstoppable evil. From acclaimed horror director Peter Strickland, this […]

36 Husbands

36 Husbands is true community film-making. The cast and crew spent five months traveling and working together with a tiny budget, with many playing both on and off-screen roles. The film follows the story of three powerful women with masterful kung-fu skills. They’re employed by an unidentified organisation as spies, tasked with luring 36 men […]

True History Of The Kelly Gang

True History Of The Kelly Gang is a unique interpretation of the story of Ned Kelly, infamous bushranger of the 1800s.  Featuring a stellar lineup of award-winning Australian and international stars, including Russell Crowe, Nicholas Hoult, Essie Davis, Claudia Karvan and Charlie Hunnam, the acting is faultless. Unfortunately, it’s the plot and dialogue that is […]

Men’s Mental Health In The Spotlight – Happy Sad Man Interview

Think about this staggering statistic from Beyond Blue: blokes make up an average of six out of eight suicides every day in Australia.  Critically acclaimed Director/Producer of recently released Happy Sad Man, Genevieve Bailey, followed five Aussie men over a period of seven years and found that even men who appear ‘happy’ on the outside […]

Happy Sad Man

Happy Sad Man is many things. A portrayal of five very different men. A glimpse into what it’s like to suffer from a mental illness on a day-to-day basis. An examination of what it is to be a man.  Australian filmmaker Genevieve Bailey follows a war photographer, a farmer, a musical nomad, an artist and […]

Galveston

Galveston opens with New Orleans hitman Roy Cady diagnosed with lung cancer at the age of 40. He hasn’t done the best things with his life, and he intends to go out with a bang. Once Roy figures out the plot against him, he plans revenge. But will his relationship with Rocky be his downfall […]

Anna And The Apocalypse

A British Christmas movie that’s also a zombie musical? There’s a lot going on in Anna And The Apocalypse.  This is a coming-of-age film with its fair share of teenage angst, not to mention the virus that appears suddenly and slowly turns the whole town of Little Haven (not to mention the world) into zombies.  […]

Guilty

Gut-wrenching, devastating and incredibly sad, Guilty re-enacts the final 72-hours in the life of Myuran Sukumaran, the Bali-9 convicted criminal who became an accomplished artist while in Kerobokan prison.  Myuran was killed in 2015 by a firing squad, along with fellow Australian Andrew Chan, and this documentary is a portrait of a man facing execution, […]