AboutLucy Leyshon, Author at The Creative Issue
The Japanese Film Festival (JFF) is returning for its 23rd year, with a massive national tour.
GRID, or Grass Roots Indie Development, is a career development program for emerging Australian musicians. You read that right. It’s career development. For musicians.
Hidden away amidst the quiet suburban streets of Bulimba—adjacent to the cheerful, thriving café French Twist—is a large, inconspicuous warehouse. From the outside, it isn’t much to behold; but as soon as one steps inside the doors of the studio workshop for Art With Love, any doubts they may have towards the building’s interest factor will vanish completely.
This July, globally-celebrated public art phenomenon Play Me, I’m Yours is coming to Brisbane as part of the 2019 Queensland Music Festival.
There is something about European film that can feel so rich and so real when compared to the larger-than-life, box-office-oriented blockbusters that we so often see churned out by the American film industry today.