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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | April 15, 2021

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AboutEthan Scott, Author at The Creative Issue

Ethan Scott

Ethan Scott

Cinema exists in a world of its own. A reality somewhere between ours and a universe more exciting. I’m a sucker for the theatrical, and a lover of film as both an art form and a timewaster. I live to be a part of this more exciting world, and am passionate about the latest releases, the news, and the icons of the cinema screen. I’m an avid reader, writer, and amateur filmmaker, striving to be creative and insightful in everything I write. There’s a lot to see in the local film market, and I will do my best to turn on the spotlight for Creative Drinks.

Posts By Ethan Scott

Review: Wish I Was Here

September 28, 2014 |

Zach Braff’s latest foray into the world of directing is at once poignant and self-congratulating. Fans have followed the feature from the beginning, has Braff delivered on all his promises?

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Review: Boyhood

September 22, 2014 |

Writer/Director Richard Linklater has amassed a diverse and brilliant library of work over the past 30 years in filmmaking. It has come to a peak with Boyhood; a stunning exploration of family, filmed across 12 years.

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Hullabaloo: A Funding Success

September 14, 2014 |

Veteran Disney animators unite to revitalise the 2D animated film. The campaign is a success, but will Hullabaloo live up to the Disney standard?

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Interview: Richard Wolstencroft

September 7, 2014 |

For the past 15 years the Melbourne Underground Film Festival has run parallel to the government funded MIFF, screening their fill of local independent film talent. We had a chat with director and founder Richard Wolstencroft to see what’s on in this year’s festival.

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Another trilogy: Wright and Pegg

September 2, 2014 |

Following his exit from Marvel’s latest movie project Ant-Man, Edgar Wright’s next career move was up in the air. Now it seems, he and Simon Pegg have made plans for the future.

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The Expendables Flop: A Lesson in Film Piracy

September 1, 2014 |

Discussion has flooded the media about the effect of piracy on the dismal debut of The Expendables 3. Is it truly piracy, or is marketing and poor filmmaking to blame?

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Doctor Who Season 8 Premiere

August 28, 2014 |

Dr Who fans have waited eagerly for the past year as news slowly trickled in regarding castings, costumes and the great Peter Capaldi. The premiere has finally arrived, but did it deliver?

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Local Independent Short: The Alpha

August 26, 2014 |

A talented group of local filmmakers looks to bring every umm, ahh, and nervous cough of an awkward first date to the big screen.

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Australians at the Toronto Film Festival

August 25, 2014 |

On Wednesday August 13th Aussie film representation at the Toronto Film Festival  was increased to five amazing films: here’s a rundown of what to expect.

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New Farm Six: A Cinema Rebuilt

August 18, 2014 |

Brunswick Street’s iconic, heritage-listed cinema is born again.

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Upcoming Local Short: Alienation

August 14, 2014 |

An ambitious short film born out of Brisbane with its sights set firmly on Cannes 2015.

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Under The Spotlight: Director Michael Rowe

August 11, 2014 |

Michael Rowe’s career often feels better suited to the big screen than his movies. The Australian director sat down to tell us about his history in filmmaking, and the success of his film Año Bisiesto (Leap Year) at Cannes Film Festival.

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