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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | October 20, 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

Diagnosis: A Short Film Review

October 13, 2020 |

Have you ever wanted to know exactly how and when you will die? The ripple effects and responses to having such knowledge are explored in Diagnosis, a black comedy short which shows the importance of living even when you know the end is near.

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BIFF Brings World Cinema to Brisbane

September 30, 2020 |

BIFF is back! During an uncertain year where film festivals worldwide have been forced to go digital or be cancelled outright, the Brisbane International Film Festival aims to provide as authentic an experience for cinema lovers to enjoy as 2020 will allow.

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Interview with Perth Filmmaker Paul Komadina

September 27, 2020 |

We had a tantalising chat with Western Australian-based director Paul Komadina about his latest sci-fi, social commentary short film Abduction and the state of the Australian film scene during this bizarre year.

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Abduction: A Short Film Review

September 22, 2020 |

A night of drinking and extra-terrestrial experiences leaves a woman wondering why her town has now turned on her in Abduction, a short film about judgement, victim blaming, and (probably) aliens.

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Film Review: The Translators

September 16, 2020 |

A tangle of mysteries and lies gradually unravels revealing the lengths creative people will go to for their authenticity in the new meta whodunnit thriller The Translators from French film director Regis Roinsard.

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Film Review: Fatima

September 11, 2020 |

Exploring the ideas of faith and the miraculous, Fatima is a touching film about belief that can’t quite escape some tired clichés and tropes.

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Keeping Silent Films Alive

August 14, 2020 |

Got a craving for some classics of cinema’s deep past? Want to experience pioneers in the film medium from the cosiness of your home? Roaring Twenties Cinema Brisbane will help answer your calls for excellent silent films.

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REVIEW: House of Cardin

July 23, 2020 |

The principles of creative progress and the inner-workings of a design genius are presented in stylish fashion in House of Cardin.

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Enjoy the Wonders of French Cinema this July

July 17, 2020 |

After a long wait of not being able to go to the cinema, Brisbane film festival lovers can finally grab their popcorn and enjoy the re-launched Alliance Française French Film Festival on the big screen throughout the rest of July.

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How To Make a Film in 48 Hours

July 3, 2020 |

We met up with Eric Abraham, the director of A Southside Love Story which won the 48 Hour Global Film Challenge in the Brisbane group, to chat about the craziness that’s involved with making a film in a single weekend.

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Alliance Française French Film Festival Returning in July

June 29, 2020 |

Fans of French cinema can rejoice, as the Alliance Française French Film Festival is making a grand return to Palace Cinemas in Brisbane on Bastille Day, July 14th.

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Screensland Brings Qld Films to Your Home

June 26, 2020 |

Major film festivals from around Queensland will be uniting as one and delivering audiences at home a unique look at the state’s diverse film talent with the Screensland Online Film Festival taking place from 3-6th of July.

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REVIEW: The Last Ferry from Grass Island

June 23, 2020 |

Stunning cinematography feeds the raw emotions that are behind The Last Ferry from Grass Island, a short film about a former Hong Kong hitman’s past catching up with him.

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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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