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Things NOT to do at the Cinema!

Today we thought that we would explore ‘Cinema Etiquette’! Going to the cinema is an exciting and special event! People take this practice very seriously! 493 more words

AFTRS Postgraduate Information Night 2016

(Background image credit: AFTRS)

For those of us who are interested in delving beyond the relatively passive world of viewing films and are more inclined to create them, the Australian Film Television and Radio School, otherwise known as ‘AFTRS’ has long been been held in high regard, and it isn’t difficult to see why. 381 more words

Australian Cinema

The Devil's Playground (1974)

A pointed examination of both the nurturing capabilities and detrimental effects of Catholicism, Fred Schepisi’s The Devil’s Playground (1974) was shot in Geelong for just $300,000 and effectively drew upon experiences derived from his own brief flirtation with a godly vocation, spending nearly two years inside a seminary in his mid-teens. 804 more words

Australian Cinema

My reaction to Rabbit Proof Fence

For my first class of Global Cinema Studies, we did a screening on the award-winning movie Rabbit Proof Fence (2002). For some, it was their first encounter with the movie, but for me, that movie in particular already has a certain spot in my memory. 518 more words

Film Review


Watching a movie about the “worst film ever made” sounds like a terrible idea… but is it so terrible that it’s actually good? Unfortunately, audiences at the Sydney Underground Film Festival won’t get the chance to find out. 1,026 more words


Rabbit Proof Fence- Review

About: Rabbit Proof Fence was a movie based in Australia in 1931. It focuses on the struggles three young girls face as they are taken from their native families and put in camps to learn about the more civilized ways of the Australian government. 235 more words

Rabbit Proof Fence - Reaction Blog

Rabbit Proof Fence (2002) directed by Phillip Noyce, is a film I hold close to my heart and the story is of great significance to my family. 372 more words