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The Sapphires brings a needed shine to Aboriginal talent

The photo of Chris O’Dowd in a hipster singing pose with the interestingly arranged women surrounding him caught my attention on the Blu-Ray rack at the Liverpool Public Library. 383 more words


Cleverman: We're never as clever as we think

The beauty of Cleverman is in it’s simplicity.

Rich v poor

White v black

Indigenous v migrants

Fight v flight

Brother v brother

And that’s where the creators of this show got it spot on because at the centre of the show is something we all relate to; family (Peggy Mitchell voice). 294 more words


Wolf Creek (TV Series)

If you were asked to sit and list horror films that seemed ripe for adaptation on the small screen, well you’d have been quite far down that list before… 643 more words


Indigenous Series: Indigenous Television Shows

Today is the second post dedicated to the ‘Indigenous Series’! While this campaign is focused on promoting Indigenous films,  Indigenous Television plays a big part in the Australian film and entertainment industry. 489 more words

A trailer has just dropped for A Few Less Men

A Few Less Men

Director: Mark Lamprell
Starring: Xavier Samuel, Kris Marshall, Kevin Bishop, Ryan Corr, Shane Jacobson, Deborah Mailman, Jeremy Sims, Sacha Horler
In the comedy sequel to the worldwide hit… 117 more words


Radiance (1998)

Director: Rachel Perkins

Stars: Deborah Mailman, Rachel Maza, Trisha Morton-Thomas

First viewing, via SBS On Demand

According to research conducted by Screen Australia, women comprise on average 16% of working film directors in Australia, with 32% of producers and 23% of writers also women. 658 more words

TV Review – Cleverman ‘A Free Ranger’

TL;DR –  ‘A Free Ranger’ is a quieter episode than last week, but in doing so it lulls us into a false sense of security so when the feels hit, they hit hard. 627 more words

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