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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | August 22, 2019

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Film reviews, TV shows

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iPhone Film Festival

June 24, 2013 |

More often than not, some filmmakers can feel uninspired due to their lack of equipment.

Fortunately for them, other filmmakers have recognised peoples’ talent can shine through different quality mediums.

According to the iPhone Film Festival website, “the … Read More

Test Screening Audience Types

June 17, 2013 |

“Can you change the meaning of your film, so instead of being about ________ it’s about ______?”

This is one of the many types of feedback you can receive when you show your film to a test screen audience.

Despite … Read More

The Possibilities Of Crowdfunding

June 17, 2013 |

There are some harsh facts that I’ve recently learned about the world: I will always drop toast butter side down, Hogwarts doesn’t exist and none of my Facebook friends actually remember my birthday. However the … Read More

Hola – Spanish Film Festival Brisbane

June 12, 2013 |

Hola! The Spanish Film Festival is back in Brisbane for its 16th year and I hope you’re ready!

Last Thursday a friend and I got to go along to the media launch of the Spanish Film Festival. We arrived … Read More

Production Days and Murphy’s Law

June 10, 2013 |

Oh Murphy. “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong,” you say? There I am, spending as much time trying my best to prove you wrong, but still. You’re always right. When it comes down to it, no matter how … Read More

Gay Marriage in the Spotlight – On Set of Documentary “Love Like Yours”

June 3, 2013 |

When you’re a documentary filmmaker, you take yourself into the film. Chad St James has done just that for his upcoming feature-length documentary, Love Like Yours.

Sunday, 26th of May was a nice day for a gay wedding.

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Farewell, My Queen – In Cinemas June 6

June 1, 2013 |

A taste of France is returning to Brisbane, with the anticipated release of Benoit Jacquot’s latest film, Farewell, My Queen (or as they say in France, Les Adieux a la Reine).

A while back I got to talk to … Read More

Zuri Hosts Great Gatsby Charity Event – Friday 31 May

May 30, 2013 |

What could be a better way to end the working week than treating yourself to fine food, great company, live entertainment and a few invigorating cocktails? Doing it all in the name of charity.

One of … Read More

The Human Rights Art and Film Festival

May 29, 2013 |

We all know that we should be informing ourselves about human rights and what is happening around the world. The team at the Human Rights Art and Film Festival (HRAFF) realise this too and so have committed themselves to … Read More

No-Budget Filmmaking: The Audition Process

May 27, 2013 |

Filmmaking is a skill. There’s no doubt about that. Each aspect of a movie is thought out and handpicked by the director. One of the hardest choices a director has to make, however, is the cast. These … Read More

The Shoe Conspiracy

May 22, 2013 |

Ever wonder if the hundreds of dollars you fork out for running shoes are worth it? Do they really make you a better runner? This is the question film student, Brendan Mitchell asked himself and in response The Shoe Conspiracy … Read More

Love Like Yours

May 20, 2013 |

I first saw Chad St James on the television in our university’s studio. It was a mini documentary. Although short, it held my attention from start to finish. The first time I met him in person, he was … Read More

2013 – When We Were Idiots

May 10, 2013 |

The year is 2113. Our world is not the dystopian sci-fi fantasy as predicted in countless 80’s flicks, but an aquatic age lead by penguin dressed comedian Xavier Toby. 2013 – When We Were Idiots, is a back-to-the-future … Read More

MONSTERS at GoMA

May 8, 2013 |

Do you enjoy things on the scarier side of life? Things that go bump in the night or mysterious happenings? If so GOMA’s new cinema exhibition is something you’ll definitely want to check out.

This month GOMA is celebrating monsters … Read More