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Review | Clint Eastwood comes full circle in ‘Cry Macho’

Review | Clint Eastwood comes full circle in ‘Cry Macho’

Cry Macho | Dir: Clint Eastwood | ★ ★ ★ ½  Clint Eastwood still has his cowboy hat firmly in place after directing 39 films (since Play Misty For Me in 1971) and acting in over 60 films. The 91 year old co-produces, directs and stars in Cry Macho, a film that wants an out-of-control teenager […]

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SBS reveal three more artists vying for Eurovision 2021

SBS reveal three more artists vying for Eurovision 2021

SBS has revealed another three artists who’ll be lining up and hoping to represent Australia at Eurovision 2022. Queer favourite Sheldon Riley, girl group G-Nation and pop singer Andrew Lambrou are joining the Eurovision – Australia Decides line-up in February 2022. Sheldon Riley said he’d always been a big fan of the competition and would […]

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Raine Square’s PrideFEST Film Festival returns with dazzling lineup

Raine Square’s PrideFEST Film Festival returns with dazzling lineup

Raine Square, Palace Cinemas and Pride WA have reunited after the success of last year’s celebrations for the second annual PrideFEST film festival. Raine Square will be celebrating PrideFEST season with a selection of nine LGBTQIA+ films ranging from camp classics to brand new stories on the silver screen this November. The shopping precinct will […]

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Sex and the City’s Kim Cattrall signs on for ‘Queer as Folk’ reboot

Sex and the City’s Kim Cattrall signs on for ‘Queer as Folk’ reboot

Kim Cattrall may have passed on being in And Just Like That the sequel series to Sex and the City, but she is onboard for another series being brought back to the screen. Entertainment industry magazine Variety has reported that Cattrall will be appearing in the new reboot of Queer as Folk.  Cattrall will reportedly play a “Martini-soaked, high society Southern […]

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The broadcast of Sydney Mardi Gras is moving to the ABC

The broadcast of Sydney Mardi Gras is moving to the ABC

The broadcast of Mardi Gras is moving from SBS to a new home at the ABC. SBS has been the event’s broadcast partner since 2014 but in 2022 it’s going to have a new home at the National Broadcaster under a three year deal. The ABC will also be the broadcaster for World Pride when […]

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Review | ‘Tampa Baes’ bad lesbian TV is still lesbian TV

Review | ‘Tampa Baes’ bad lesbian TV is still lesbian TV

Tampa Baes follows a group of twenty something scene queens, residing in Tampa Bay Florida. The cast is vast, featuring twelve lesbian identifying characters. They drink, they fight, they flirt. They drink some more. The show is heavy on the alcohol and even heavier on the drama. Like episode four, when tensions explode following accusations […]

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Documentary ‘Girl Like You’ shares an emotional journey of transition

Documentary ‘Girl Like You’ shares an emotional journey of transition

In 2014 Perth based musician Elle Walsh from popular band The Love Junkies shared that they experienced gender dysphoria by way of a personal and emotive letter published on music website Tone Deaf. At the time Walsh said they were unsure about their gender identity, and also that they were not set on any particular […]

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The television series ‘Invisible Boys’ receives more development funding

The television series ‘Invisible Boys’ receives more development funding

Screenwest and Stan have announce the television series Invisible Boys as the successful recipient of their joint development initiative, designed to foster local talent and spark the development of new series in WA. Based on Sheppard’s Young Adult debut novel of the same name, the series follows Charlie, a teen punk rocker living in the […]

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Screen Australia funds new Israel Folau documentary

Screen Australia funds new  Israel Folau documentary

Screen Australia has announced it’s backing a whole bunch of new documentary projects investing 3.7 million into new Australian works, among the chosen projects is a documentary on Israel Folau and his controversial social media posts. The project does not yet have an official title but is described as “a feature documentary about Australia’s most […]

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Review | ‘Julia’ celebrates food, love and the life of Julia Child

Review | ‘Julia’ celebrates food, love and the life of Julia Child

Julia | Dir: Julie Cohen & Betsy West | ★ ★ ★ ★  Julie Cohen and Betsy West who directed RBG, the 2019 documentary about legendary American Supreme Court judge Ruth Bader Ginsberg, have found another dynamic force that wouldn’t be silenced. Their documentary tells the story of Julia Child – the famous cookbook author and television […]

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