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A pretty â€˜dumbâ€™ 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 outâ€¦ Sound familiar? These are storylines and tropes we know all too well.
â€œWhat interests me, where it also started I guess, is going to the cinema. Itâ€™s this unique experience.â€
Sherpa, the definition â€“ â€˜a member of a Himalayan people living on the borders of Nepal and Tibet, renowned for their skill in mountaineeringâ€™. Sherpa, the religion â€“ close connections and great respect for the land and a strong belief in reincarnation. Sherpa, the legend â€“ happy faced, always smiling, always helpful.
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.
New Year, so many new movies! But before you go and watch Star Wars again, why not take a trip down memory lane with our pick for fifteen of the biggest Australian film moments of 2015.
Women in the Australian Film Industry rejoice!
“Everyone says you need a bit of ego and I found out that was a terrible piece of advice.” TCI sat down with emerging filmmaker and videographer Vincent Chen to discuss his processes, the Australian Film industry and what it is like to be a filmmaker in Brisbane right now.
The federal government has been praised in recent weeks for its decision to continue the $21.6 million incentive payout to Walt Disney Studios. Is this a much-needed step in the right direction?