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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | November 18, 2018

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film news for all Australians

film news for all Australians

MONSTERS at GoMA

May 8, 2013 |

Do you enjoy things on the scarier side of life? Things that go bump in the night or mysterious happenings? If so GOMA’s new cinema exhibition is something you’ll definitely want to check out.

This month GOMA is celebrating monsters … Read More

PicSeeder competition for up-and-coming filmmakers

May 1, 2013 |

Are you an emerging filmmaker? Do you have a great idea for a film? Are you just waiting for your big break? Well I’ve got the competition for you!

PicSeeder has been established to give emerging filmmakers a break, by … Read More

On the set of RUINED, with Kelly Calder

April 24, 2013 |

The independent theatre group THAT Production Company are staging the Australian premiere of the Pulitzer Prize winning play RUINED by Lynn Nottage at Studio 188, as part of the 2013 Ipswich Festival. I got to … Read More

The Company You Keep, Movie Review

April 17, 2013 |

If suspense thrillers and all-star casts are your thing then the soon to be released, The Company You Keep is right up your alley.

A little while I ago I took my mum (probably the biggest Robert Redford fan ever) … Read More

The Brisbane Queer Film Festival

April 10, 2013 |

Last Friday the 14th annual Brisbane Queer Film Festival (BQFF) kicked off at the Brisbane Powerhouse, but don’t worry you still have time to check out the event if you haven’t already!

The BQFF is the largest festival celebrating … Read More

Nice Package

April 3, 2013 |

Recently I got the chance to talk with local film producer, Melanie Poole. She’s just wrapped up filming on her latest project, Nice Package.

So you’ve just finished filming “Nice Package”, can you tell us a bit about it?

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All Aboard! Kon-tiki Movie Review

March 27, 2013 |

If you are a lover, or even liker of adventure films, than I cannot recommend Kon-tiki enough.

Kon-tiki is a Norwegian film, directed by Joachim Roenning and Espen Sandberg. Released theatrically in Norway on the 24th of August 2012, it … Read More

Tasting France with Benoit Jacquot

March 20, 2013 |

Benoit Jacquot is one of France’s most revered directors. Throughout his career he has directed nearly 30 films and done numerous other collaborations. He was in Brisbane recently for the opening of the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival, which is … Read More

The Alliance Française French Film Festival

March 13, 2013 |

Calling all Francophiles! The Alliance Française French Film Festival is returning to Brisbane.

The Alliance Française has been active for over a century, with one purpose, to spread the French language and culture beyond the borders of France. In Australia … Read More

The best place to see a film in Brisbane

March 6, 2013 |

So you’ve got some spare time on your hands and want to catch up with the latest that the cinema has to offer. Question is where should you go? Well I’ve spent a fair amount of time trying out different … Read More

Interview with Michael Noonan

February 27, 2013 |

A short while ago I caught up with Australian filmmaker, Michael Noonan. Noonan’s newest short film, Captive was selected to screen at the 2013 Flickerfest.

This is the 22nd year for the International short film festival. … Read More

APT7 Cinema at GOMA

February 20, 2013 |

Recently I visited the Gallery of Modern Art (aka. GOMA) at South Bank to take a look at their current cinema exhibition, the “7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art” (APT7). The exhibition is split into two sections, … Read More

“Design & Thinking” movie screening

September 17, 2012 |

“Design thinking” it’s not really a new concept but rather an undiscovered one. It has already sparked debates in the design industry, the corporate world, and even in social change, but has yet to catch fire in the rest of … Read More

A Spectacle seen with Large Spectacles

July 23, 2012 |

Putting on a pair of black goggles is not the first thing you would expect to do when going to a theatre show. You would think it kind of defeated the purpose of going to the theatre in the first … Read More