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Allelujah ( 2022 Movie Review – Cinema Release 2023)

As we approach the 'twilight years' of our life, it would be a comforting thought to know that we could spend our latter years...

The Fabelmans (Cinema release & streaming Amazon Prime)

It's not often that we get a glimpse into the private world of a genius through his own eyes, or in this case, through...

Social inequality and hyper violence: why the bleak world of Netflix’s Squid Game is a streaming phenomenon

  YOUNGKYU PARK/ Netflix Squid Game, an original Netflix drama produced in South Korea, is a streaming phenomenon. Released on 17 September, within two weeks the series...

Nordic Cinema on show (July-August Palace Theatres)

It was during the Cannes Film Festival, eight years ago that the idea for a “Scandinavian Film Festival” was born when the Palace Festival...

Bring out the popcorn: the best films set to roar into cinemas in the second half of 2021

 Picture: Roadshow Films For cinephiles, one of the greatest blows of the initial COVID lockdown was the closure of cinemas. While we all quickly shifted...

CRANSTON ACADEMY: MONSTER ZONE (Cinema Release for the June School Holidays)

This sci-fi animated movie follows the misadventures of a self-acknowledged boy genius 15-year-old high school student, Danny Dawkins (Jamie Bell) As the inventor of the...

Six Minutes To Midnight (Cinema release 2020)

Set in the real-life Augusta-Victoria College, located in the English coastal town of Bexhill-On-Sea, this spy vs spy,  pre-WW2 thriller is loosely based on...

On The Beach (1959 Release now streaming on Stan)

As we in Victoria, Australia gingerly come out of our fourth COVID19 LOCKdown and the streets of Melbourne are still near-deserted I am hauntingly...

Blithe Spirit ( 2021 Amazon/Prime Original)

Based on the Noel Coward play of the same name, this romantic comedy is a fun-filled, delightful fantasy that is neither edgy nor offensive. This...

Max Richter’s Sleep, a filmed antidote to modern life with music to dream by

 Photo by MIKE TERRY/Madman Review: Max Richter’s Sleep, directed by Natalie Johns. Music does things. For German-born, English-raised composer Max Richter, music is a “vehicle for travelling through the...
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Mikyla Cara Drops Infectious New Single: “If u Don’t Mind”

Channeling the essence of neo-soul and R&B, Mikyla Cara brings us a timeless gem that harkens back to the golden era of R&B. With...

Unleashing the Power of Content: A Guide to Effective Content Marketing

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CARL NIELSEN DESIGN ACCELERATOR

  Applications are now open for the Carl Nielsen Design Accelerator, supported by a generous bequest from Carl and Judy Nielsen. The accelerator is open to...

Mick Pacholli

Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.