The ‘Eternals’ Have Arrived, But Have We Seen It All Before

The latest Marvel blockbuster has just hit our screens and in all its grandeur it really feels like we’ve seen it all before. It’s a feast for the senses with high-tech CGI, deafening sound effects, humorous dialogue and an incredible battle finale which won’t disappoint the avid fan base. But is it actually a rehashed […]

68th Sydney Film Festival

After the postponement owing to COVID-19 restrictions in August, the 68th Sydney Film Festival has been scheduled for its long-awaited return in early November. With a program consisting of over 200 films from around the globe, film festival enthusiasts may return to darkened cinemas after a long hiatus or they may also choose to watch […]

Italian Film Festival Returns To Cinemas In 2021

The highly anticipated Italian Film Festival finally returns to cinemas in Sydney after being shutdown alongside all the arts owing to the COVID-19 lockdown. The Italian film industry has produced quality cinema over the years evident from the fact that Italy has won the most Oscars in the foreign film category. The festival holds the […]

UNHEARD: The Amazon Prime Series challenging our internal racism 

BY LUCINDA GARBUTT-YOUNG Last year, when Australians took to the streets in their thousands to demand better coverage of racial injustice, Shahn Devendran and his team at LADBible asked a simple question; “Why do most Australians know who George Floyd is, but not that many know the names David Dungay Junior or TJ Hickey?” LADBible […]

Everybody Hates Me a quick quirky treat

By Linc Jenkin Everybody Hates Me is the third offering from Sydney based filmmaking collective, Paper Studios and the lessons they’ve picked up from each adventure previously are clearly being heeded with this snappy comedy being their most polished effort yet! This brand new original comedy web series from Kiwi/American writer/director duo, Louis Moore and […]

Australian romantic comedy ‘Love You Like That’

What is pure love? Love can be ugly, mean, sad and lonely. Love is about challenging each other during the good times and the bad times as depicted in this highly original Aussie feel good romantic comedy that should have audiences returning for encore screenings. A naked lady is swept on the beach. She has […]

Jacques Cousteau’s life detailed in beautiful documentary

By Jarrod Wolfhunter Becoming Cousteau is the beautiful documentary that follows the incredible life of legendary French ocean polymath and adventurer, Jacques Cousteau. Cousteau pioneered oceanography and captivated the world with his ground-breaking films and TV series that gave an entire generation a front seat to a never-before-seen, under-the-sea kingdom. Becoming Cousteau was created by […]

Sci-Fi Film Fest 2021

Beam me up Scotty! The 12th Sci-Fi Film Festival has finally arrived in Sydney and lovers of quality science fiction and fantasy films should be delighted with the curated program. Owing to the ongoing COVID-19 lockdowns and the uncertainty as to whether cinemas would be reopened in time to host this film festival, it was […]

Korean Film Festival 2021

The Korean Film Festival returns to the big screen this year, with a program of 22 of the finest films from small arthouse films to action packed thrillers. Francis Lee, Festival Programmer, explained that Korean films are produced by world standard high-quality filmmakers and have such a distinctive character compared to those from Hollywood or […]

Interview With Tom Waller: Director of ‘The Cave’

Film Director Tom Waller gives an insightful interview about the making of his new film The Cave, the true story of the incredible rescue mission of a young soccer team, who became trapped in a flooded cave at Tham Luang in Chiang Rai, North Thailand in 2018. WHAT WAS THE THOUGHT PROCESS IN PRODUCING A […]