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The Sapphires Might Just be the Most Joyous Vietnam Movie Ever

I really couldn’t have been more in the mood for The Sapphires. It’s a combination of two of my very favorite genres. Heartwarming, socially conscious comedies, and movies where unlikely people find happiness through the power of soul music. 442 more words


Article & Images: Cate flies into Sydney to begin rehearsals for the AACTA Awards

Here is the article that I talked about in the last post. And I also found more images from the photoshoot :) Enjoy!

Hollywood’s leading lady will co-host the awards night alongside The Sapphires actress, Deborah Mailman later this month and posed up alongside her in a photo-shoot for The Telegraph in Sydney on Saturday. 235 more words


Image: Cate hosting the AACTA Awards Promo

As we know, Cate will be hosting the upcoming AACTA Awards in Sydney on January 29th. Here is an image with co-host Deborah Mailman.

This image originally appeared in an article in The Daily Telegraph but the link is broken. 13 more words


Blanchett and Mailman announced as hosts of the 4th AACTA Awards

Australia’s biggest celebration of screen just got bigger, with AACTA today announcing multi AFI and AACTA Award winning performers Cate Blanchett and Deborah Mailman as hosts of the 4th AACTA Awards Ceremony in Sydney. 83 more words

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National Portrait Gallery, Canberra: Not Just for Adults

Where to take a group of 2, 3 and 5-year-old boys and their parents on a family trip to Canberra?  An art gallery might not be the obvious choice.   1,526 more words


The Revitalising Nature of Star Power

Many children of the late 80s and early 90s would fondly remember the Australian cartoon Blinky Bill. A cartoon about an adventurous koala and his Australian animal friends was the height of fun at the time, but it appears that the life of Blinky Bill may not be over. 476 more words

Film Crossovers: Does crossing cultural borders change the narrative?

This post discusses the fluid nature of  media narratives once they cross borders (whether it be transnational or cultural)

Khorana (2014, p.6) proposes that a crossover film should be cross-cultural in terms of text, “such that the film does not suggest a Western audience at the outset but rather is forged from multiple cultural affiliations and eventually appeals to a range”. 1,041 more words