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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | June 5, 2020

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AboutHarry Fritsch, Author at The Creative Issue

Harry Fritsch

Harry Fritsch

For me, film is all about revealing. Whether I’m uncovering the many layers of the soul through the works of Shinkai, Tarkovsky, or Scorsese, or simply excavating some good-hearted chuckles with an Edgar Wright flick, I owe a lot to what film has shown me. And if film is revealing, then writing is comprehending. My BFA in Creative and Professional Writing has enabled me to piece together the influence of art and experiences into works that hopefully reveal a slice of me. Outside of that, I enjoy bass guitar, adore Scott Lynch novels, and play tons of JRPGs.

Posts By Harry Fritsch

48 Hour Global Film Challenge hits Brisbane

June 4, 2020 |

Up to a dozen Brisbane film making crews will be spending their weekend creating a short film from scratch with the hope of having it shown at some of the world’s largest film festivals.

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Stewart Tyrrell on ‘Brisbane the Movie’

June 1, 2020 |

In a time when we all need a little cheering up, the upcoming independent film Brisbane the Movie looks set to deliver the romantic comedy, historical-artefact-hunting flick that Brisbanites have always wanted.

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MIFF 68 1/2 Will be an Online Festival

May 30, 2020 |

This year’s Melbourne International Film Festival will use streaming technology to showcase global new-release movies in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Day in the Life: Sarah Stephenson

May 17, 2020 |

Sarah Stephensonthe filmmaker at Black Cat Film Productions in Brisbane recently talked to us about how COVID-19 has had an impact on the Queensland film scene.

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Four Great Movies for Writers

May 6, 2020 |

Any good writer knows the obvious way to better their imagination and their craft is to read more.

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Day in the Life: Dave Fox

May 5, 2020 |

We had a chat to Gold Coast based photographer Dave Fox about how he’s keeping positive and productive in the time of coronavirus.

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Film Review: Vivarium

April 27, 2020 |

The surreal merges with the mundane in Vivarium: a thriller all about the suffocating, horrifyingly predictable nature of suburban life.

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REVIEW: Query

April 14, 2020 |

In just nine minutes, Query presents a though-provoking exploration on the origins of sexual orientation while remaining a touching, charming and endearing story of two best friends trying to find out more about themselves and each other.

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REVIEW: Alive

April 3, 2020 |

During a time when self-isolation comes at the expense of intimacy, Alive shows that meaningful connection can be a constant absence in the lives of people with disabilities.

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Bicycle Film Festival Arrives this Weekend

March 14, 2020 |

Space for Cycling Brisbane are bringing back the Brisbane Bicycle Film Festival this Saturday to showcase local film talent and spread their message for a cleaner tomorrow.

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Merlynn Tong Talks About Pitching Her Play for the Big Screen in HWY Festival

March 9, 2020 |

La Boite and Screen QLD are attempting to make dreams a reality with the HWY Pitch Sessions: Stage to Screen Edition on Tuesday 10 March.

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REVIEW: Honeyland

March 1, 2020 |

Despite its title, Honeyland is all kinds of bitter-sweet.

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