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As two new streaming services launch in 2021, Australians are asked if they’re ready for more in an already saturated streaming market.
Horror streaming service Shudder has finally brought its terrifying catalogue to Australian screens.
Are you tired of being enabled by Netflix, with its long list of long content that seduces you into consecutive binge-watching sessions? Try Quibi, the streaming service that’ll give you big stories in quick bites.
It’s like fashion photographer Bill Cunningham said, “Fashion is the armour to survive the reality of everyday life.” And, with everyday life looking a little like the start of the apocalypse, it’s time to suit up with some fashion show must-streams.
This year’s Brisbane Oz Comic Con follows last year’s success with Shadowhunter guests. Instead of the heroes, we have the villain – Jonathan Morgenstern. We chat with Baines as he describes what it was like playing a villain
Every night, Brisbane city enhances its beauty with an array of colourful lights adding a little sparkle for everyone to enjoy. Unfortunately, one night is different for forensic pathologist, Daniel Harrow. It’s the night of his big secret, a secret he intends to keep buried forever.
Forget yesterday, forget today, and look towards tomorrow, because in 2017 the Australian sci-fi series â€œWe Were Tomorrowâ€ will be hitting your screens.
Australian streaming service Stan released their second original six-part series, Wolf Creek, last week, and since then the series has already been viewed half a million times, making it Stanâ€™s most popular release yet.
In an attempt at shock-value, The 100Â â€™s seventh episode of season 3 saw the wildly popular Commander Lexa, shot to death only moments after her long awaited romantic reunion with main character Clarke.
No matter how things change, no matter how old we get, our families will always be there. Mostly they will annoy usâ€¦ but they will forever love us unconditionally.
The Creative Issue caught up with TV screenwriter, journalist and author Benjamin Law to chat about his experience when adapting his bestselling memoir â€˜The Family Lawâ€™ for Australian television screens.
We had aÂ chat with creator, director and writer Kacie Anning about the web-series ‘Fragments of Friday’, her experience making it and why now is such an important time for female creatives.
Women in the Australian Film Industry rejoice!