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true history of the kelly gang review: an unheroic portrait of a violent, unhinged, colonial punk

True History of the Kelly Gang review: an unheroic portrait of a violent, unhinged,...

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This screen version of Ned Kelly does not die a hero. Stan Justin Kurzel’s latest film, True History of the Kelly Gang, marks the tenth screen version of the 1878-1880 Ned Kelly outbreak. It began in 1906...
by rejecting stereotypes, slam and ramy show us authentic arab muslim men on screen

By rejecting stereotypes, Slam and Ramy show us authentic Arab Muslim men on screen

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Two new screen productions – Ramy and Slam – tell stories embracing the complexity of young Arab and Muslim men in the US and Australia. Hulu There is a long history of damaging stereotypes of Arab and Muslim...
in ride like a girl, rachel griffiths feminises the traditionally male hero’s journey – and warms hearts

In Ride Like a Girl, Rachel Griffiths feminises the traditionally male hero’s journey –...

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Teresa Palmer, centre, as Michelle Payne in Ride Like a Girl. Transmission Films Review: Ride Like a Girl Award-winning actor Rachel Griffiths takes the reins on a large cast and crew to direct and co-produce...
Venom a review Header

Venom: an excellent superhero film, perhaps best not experienced in 4DX

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Tom Hardy in Venom: the intense action sequences are balanced by disarming humour. Avi Arad Productions, Columbia Pictures Corporation,Marvel Entertainment. The history of Hollywood is, in many ways, the history of cinematic gimmicks appearing at...
Sunday Film Review : The Australian Zombie Horror Cargo Is Burdened By Its Own Gravitas

Sunday Film Review : The Australian zombie horror Cargo is burdened by its own...

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In Cargo, Martin Freeman plays Andy, a man who has to kill his wife after she turns into a zombie and travels across country with baby daughter Rosie on his back. Addictive Pictures, Causeway...
loktak lairembee

Loktak Lairembee

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Loktak is a lake that supports a fishing community that builds houses on floating biomass and fish from long canoes. A fully self-sustainable community that the Indian Government decided was polluting the lake their...
it’s only the end of the world – film review

It’s Only The End Of The World – film review

Oh lord this was tough to get through. Directed by French Canadian Xavier Dolan, who is only 27, this adaptation of a play by Jean-Luc Lagarce has already kicked a few goals for the boy...
hidden figures – a review

Hidden Figures – A Review

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The 1960's were a decade full of firsts and equally full of change and the changes that were important and had far reaching consequences were widely publicised either at the time or as...
perfect strangers – film review

Perfect Strangers – film review

                                        Perfect Strangers screened during the Palace Cinemas 2016 Italian Film Festival and was one of...
a  thin  life

A  THIN  LIFE

  Every now and then a hitherto unknown work, by a departed master of their craft, greets the light of day. Fortunately for all, Frank Howson in particular, we have not had to wait for...