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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | November 19, 2019

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AboutCathy Dee, Author at The Creative Issue

Cathy Dee

Cathy Dee

My name is Catherine Dee, but most people call me Cathy. Born and bred in Brisbane I know the city well and am very excited about the emerging creative scene. I have just started my third year of a double degree in public relations and media and communication at QUT. In my spare time I enjoy going out to the movies and love everything about film! My favourite genres are drama and comedy. Which is why it’s great that Creative Drinks have given me the role as film contributor for their blog. I guess what makes me creative is my curiosity for the world around me, and my willingness to try new things. I would give anything a go at least once!

Posts By Cathy Dee

Tim Winton’s, The Turning

September 12, 2013 |

This week I was lucky enough to be invited to a premiere screening of the upcoming Australian film, The Turning.

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The Palace presents Vintage Centro

September 2, 2013 |

What’s better than sitting back and enjoying an old classic?

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Finding Jake – QUT Film

August 28, 2013 |

Finding Jake is a short film about a young man who isn’t afraid to take a big leap into the great pond of life.

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Eating the Ekka

August 18, 2013 |

The Ekka signifies a lot of different things to a lot of different people, but to me the Ekka has always been about food, first and foremost. Read More

Frances HA…Ha?

August 13, 2013 |

So the new semester has begun, holiday mode is slowly switching off and your news feed is filling up with university related posts/complaints/rants. Your return to the life of a student is almost complete, but spare a moment to remember those who have passed through this stage and are out in the ‘real world.’ Read More

Little White Dove – QUT film student project

June 26, 2013 |

It’s that time of year again, exams are coming to a close and holidays are just around the corner. Well that’s what most students would be facing at the moment, but for a few film students holidays are the furthest … Read More

Hola – Spanish Film Festival Brisbane

June 12, 2013 |

Hola! The Spanish Film Festival is back in Brisbane for its 16th year and I hope you’re ready!

Last Thursday a friend and I got to go along to the media launch of the Spanish Film Festival. We arrived … Read More

Farewell, My Queen – In Cinemas June 6

June 1, 2013 |

A taste of France is returning to Brisbane, with the anticipated release of Benoit Jacquot’s latest film, Farewell, My Queen (or as they say in France, Les Adieux a la Reine).

A while back I got to talk to … Read More

The Human Rights Art and Film Festival

May 29, 2013 |

We all know that we should be informing ourselves about human rights and what is happening around the world. The team at the Human Rights Art and Film Festival (HRAFF) realise this too and so have committed themselves to … Read More

The Shoe Conspiracy

May 22, 2013 |

Ever wonder if the hundreds of dollars you fork out for running shoes are worth it? Do they really make you a better runner? This is the question film student, Brendan Mitchell asked himself and in response The Shoe Conspiracy … Read More

Sans Love, a life without love is like …

May 15, 2013 |

Last night I was lucky enough to see a preview of Sans Love. A production about the desolate world of heartbreak, Sans Love looks at how society represents and copes with the emotional trauma of falling in and out … Read More

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