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My Black History

My Black History

Joseph B. Livingston

Joseph Bernard Livingston (August 23, 1935 – April 19, 2003) was an African-American Singer, song-writer and vocalist in the 1960’s belonging to groups such as… 494 more words

Personal Expressions

The Sapphires

Watching The Sapphires I was now aware of the history behind the indigenous people in Australia and so I was not very lost. I was surprised that it was a relatively new movie made in 2012 because i had never heard of it before I thought it was an old film when I saw what we were going to watch in class and when it started I realized that it was not that old at all. 199 more words

The Sapphires

The sapphires

I very much enjoyed this movie. I thought it was just going to be a boring musical just judging by the cover. But like they say, never judge a book by its cover. 231 more words

The Sapphires

The Sapphires (Week 9)

The Sapphires is a film that I thoroughly enjoyed watching; so much so that I proceeded to recommend it to people.  There are several reasons for this.   290 more words

The Sapphires

Out of all of the movies that we have watched for this class, I have to say this is a top for me. I loved the strong female characters, the comedy, the romance, the story line, and the fact that it is based on a true story. 108 more words

Art World Culture

Crossover Cinema is Crossing Cultural Boundaries

Through the globalisation of the film industry, there has been an obvious shift in cultural flow of film. Khorana (2014) recognises this as the term crossover cinema, which she explains as being “used to encapsulate an emerging form of cinema that crosses cultural borders.” 238 more words

Five Australian Movies to Make You Watch More Aussie Movies

***Originally appeared at www.audienceseverywhere.net. Go there for more features, reviews and general awesomeness***

I recently emigrated from England to Australia with my Australian wife. Having an Aussie wife has opened me up to some of the high and low points of Australian culture (The Real Housewives of Melbourne should be classified as a war crime). 1,024 more words