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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | January 20, 2021

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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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Russian Film Festival To Launch On Free Streaming Service

November 4, 2020 |

Eight Russian hit films can be viewed for free on the streaming service Hyvio. 

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La Boite To Re-open Its Doors To HWY Live

November 2, 2020 |

It has been a literal year of hardship in 2020 with many businesses and industries doing it tough.

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Review: Corpus Christi

October 23, 2020 |

Watching Corpus Christi is like reading an Elmore Leonard paperback while listening to a playlist of ancient Latin prayers, and then being sucker-punched by a stranger when you look up.

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Miss Juneteenth: Pretty Hurts

October 14, 2020 |

Miss Juneteenth is a modern odyssey through the depths of a single mother’s struggle to carve a new life for her daughter.

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Review: On the Rocks

October 9, 2020 |

Sofia Coppola explores her relationship with her famous father, with On the Rocks. A discerning comedy set against an enchanting New York City backdrop.

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Film Review: The Secrets We Keep

October 2, 2020 |

In this psychological thriller from director Yuval Adler, a housewife kidnaps a man she believes was responsible for crimes committed against her family during the war.

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REVIEW: Four Kids and It

September 23, 2020 |

In a time where everyone’s dreaming of a better tomorrow, Four Kids and It teaches children to be careful what they wish for – and to embrace the positives of difficult circumstances.

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Film Review: Fatima

September 11, 2020 |

Exploring the ideas of faith and the miraculous, Fatima is a touching film about belief that can’t quite escape some tired clichés and tropes.

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REVIEW: Love Sarah

July 1, 2020 |

When acclaimed baker Sarah unexpectedly dies, her daughter does what she can to make her own, and her mother’s, dreams come true in Love Sarah: a whimsically British story about grief, family, and food.

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REVIEW: The Last Ferry from Grass Island

June 23, 2020 |

Stunning cinematography feeds the raw emotions that are behind The Last Ferry from Grass Island, a short film about a former Hong Kong hitman’s past catching up with him.

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Stewart Tyrrell on ‘Brisbane the Movie’

June 1, 2020 |

In a time when we all need a little cheering up, the upcoming independent film Brisbane the Movie looks set to deliver the romantic comedy, historical-artefact-hunting flick that Brisbanites have always wanted.

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Sydney Film Festival Goes Digital

May 31, 2020 |

The Sydney Film Festival has decided to blaze forward a new path, with the world-renowned festival moving entirely online.
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