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Tag: Film

Travelling Film Festival set to wow audiences

Travelling Film Festival is returning to Kotara June 18 to 20.  The 2021 program will treat patrons to eight award-winning feature films, a highly anticipated Australian documentary and a perfectly crafted First Nations...

Now showing: Chaos Walking (M)

Luke McWilliams gives his review of the 2021 action film, Chaos Walking, starring Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley.

Long Story Short: a tale of living life in the moment

Actress Zahra Newman believes Australians have a tendency for “looking outside of ourselves for inspiration” but hopes the nation’s film and television industry continues to thrive.“We have an amazing landscape to film...

We’re ‘the product’: a review of The Social Dilemma

Newcastle-based contributor Meldi Arkinstall reviews Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma. A new documentary, The Social Dilemma, has people panicking and wanting to remove themselves from Facebook and other social media platforms. But guess what? Even...

What’s streaming in August

This month’s pick of new content streaming in Australia this August features Academy Award-winning movies, curious documentaries, low budget indie darlings and Hollywood blockbusters across SBS on Demand, Stan and Netflix. Stan The Bling...

Come to Daddy (MA15+) review

Luke McWilliams gives his verdict of the comedy thriller Come to Daddy. The troubled Norval Greenwood (Elijah Wood), follows a map to a secluded cabin overlooking the ocean, to meet his estranged father...

Now showing: Motherless Brooklyn (M) review

Luke McWilliams gives his review of the neo-noir crime film Motherless Brooklyn, written, produced and directed by Edward Norton. It also stars Edward Norton alongside Bruce Willis. In the 1950s in New York City, private eye Lionel...
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