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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | July 12, 2020

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AboutTess Church, Author at The Creative Issue

Tess Church

Tess Church

I am a cat loving, opshopper with a knack for hoarding classical novels. One of my greatest passions is music. I enjoy many genres, however, the performing arts -particularly musicals, are my forte. Some of my favourites include The Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King and Les Miserables. I am also a great lover of all genres of film, from comedy to romance to horror. I love looking up IMDB trivia facts of whatever movie I’m watching and telling the most interesting facts to everyone in the room. I also enjoy photography, devising my zombie apocalypse plan and sushi. I am currently studying a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Creative and Professional Writing) with minors of Journalism and Advertising at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane.

Posts By Tess Church

Soi Cowboy: Review +Interview with Director Kat Henry

August 7, 2016 |

Soi Cowboy is a romantic comedy set in Bangkok that explores themes of cultural identity, social issues and finding one’s self. Read More

The 2016 Lavazza Italian Film Festival Announced

August 4, 2016 |

The very best of Italian cinema is coming to our cinemas once again as the Lavazza Italian Film Festival returns to Brisbane this September and October. Read More

Remakes, Reboots and Adaptations: Is Australia Breaking the Mould?

August 3, 2016 |

A pretty ‘dumb’ blonde takes the stairs instead of the door while a typical deranged killer chases after her. An impossibly strong and conflicted caped hero tries to save the earth once again from destruction and finally a girl attempts to win the affections of a completely oblivious guy by changing herself inside and out… Sound familiar? These are storylines and tropes we know all too well. Read More

Disabled Representation in Modern Film: Who Has A Voice?

July 23, 2016 |

Over the years, filmmakers have begun to include the stories of once forgotten or ignored minorities in order to redesign the film industry and give a voice to those who once were silenced. Read More

10 Shows to see at QPAC this Winter

July 19, 2016 |

Winter is usually a time for staying indoors with a hot chocolate and furry blanket but this winter, why not venture to QPAC to be entertained with a range of live performances. From theatre to dance to music, there is always something to suit everyone’s taste.

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The Queensland Film Festival Returns

July 4, 2016 |

The Queensland Film Festival is back for another year to showcase the best films contemporary international cinema has to offer. Read More