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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | October 24, 2021

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The Colony Review

September 30, 2021 |

Tim Fehlbaum’s The Colony is a new addition to sci-fi held afloat by an atmospheric waterlogged world. Read More

Riders of Justice Review

September 29, 2021 |

A father and daughter, her blue-haired boyfriend, a male prostitute and three nerds come together in a darkly comic tale of revenge that’s full of heart. Read More

DISCLOSURE Film Review

September 18, 2021 |

DISCLOSURE ponders on the scenario of what would you do if your child shares that they’ve been sexually assaulted, and the butterfly effects of your reaction.

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4 Forgotten 1990s Film Gems

July 7, 2021 |

Looking for something different to watch? Here’s a few forgotten greats.
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Little Joe (Review)

July 6, 2021 |

Little Joe’s understated threat of sinister flowers sows a colourful take on modern sci-fi/gothic films. Read More

From the Vine Review

June 26, 2021 |

From the Vine, which hits cinemas on the 17th of June, is relatable, funny, and very Italian.

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Film Review: Minamata

June 3, 2021 |

The gravity of Johnny Depp’s lead performance holds the ambitious, messy, and raw Minamata together.

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Conversation on Fading Numbers, Australia’s Largest Independent Holocaust Film

June 2, 2021 |

20-year-old filmmaker Aron Atiwell recently wrapped up productions for his directorial debut, Fading Numbers. Fading Numbers, premiering later this year, is drawing anticipation for being Australia’s largest independent Holocaust film set entirely in Western Australia. Read More

How will new streaming services stack up against all the rest?

May 19, 2021 |

As two new streaming services launch in 2021, Australians are asked if they’re ready for more in an already saturated streaming market.

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Sydney Film Festival announces First Nations fellowship

May 9, 2021 |

Sydney Film Festival has partnered with Deutsche Bank to offer an exciting new fellowship for Australian First Nations film creatives.

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Gold Coast Film Festival Hits Theatres

April 21, 2021 |

Film lovers flocked to theatres when the Gold Coast Film Festival landed on April 14.

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Interview with Director Adam Egypt Mortimer

December 14, 2020 |

“What if there was a style called romantic brutalism?” asked director Adam Egypt Mortimer when we spoke to him about his gritty superhero flick Archenemy.

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Review: Alone

November 28, 2020 |

Question: What’s scarier than the wilderness? Answer: A Ned Flanders look-alike hunting you as you try to escape it, as depicted in this American remake of a Swedish thriller.

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