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Gurrumul is a magnificent celebration of life and voice

Gurrumul is a magnificent celebration of life and voice

Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu was born on Elcho Island in Arnhem Land and although he was blind from birth, he never used a white cane, had a guide dog or learnt Braille. He expressed himself through music and song and was part of the Yothu Yindi Band for some time. It was the release of his […]

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Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz reignite their love in Disobedience

Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz reignite their love in Disobedience

Rachel’s McAdams and Weisz fight their families, faith and selves in this stirring new trailer for Disobedience from director Sebastián Lelio. Based on the debut novel by Naomi Alderman Disobedience follows the story of Ronit (Weisz), who was expelled from her Orthodox Jewish community for her attraction to Esti (McAdams). Now after the death of her father, Ronit […]

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Review | Maze Runner: The Death Cure gets 3 exploding stars

Review | Maze Runner: The Death Cure gets 3 exploding stars

Maze Runner: The Death Cure | Dir: Wes Ball | M | ★ ★ ★ After what was literally a three-year wait for the final of the Maze Runner story, fans can finally rejoice and close the book on the epic franchise. Comparable to many futuristic dystopian teen flicks that have been the hot trend […]

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Queer cinema shines at Perth Festival this February

Queer cinema shines at Perth Festival this February

Francis Lee’s debut film God’s Own Country (★★★★★) has been described as a mix of Brokeback Mountain and All Creatures Great and Small. But there’s nothing romantic or endearing about the rugged, bleak Yorkshire moors or the harsh realities of livestock farming in this film. Director Lee grew up in West Yorkshire and maintains that […]

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Gay conversion drama ‘Cameron Post’ wins top prize at Sundance

Gay conversion drama ‘Cameron Post’ wins top prize at Sundance

The Miseducation of Cameron Post, a drama focusing of gay conversion therapy has won the top prize at the Sundance film festival. Starring Chloe Grace Moretz, the film looks into the real-life practice of reparative therapy. The film reportedly delighted and shocked audiences with it’s tale of a teenage girl from Utah who is sent away to […]

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Warwick Thornton brings the Western to the outback in Sweet Country

Warwick Thornton brings the Western to the outback in Sweet Country

Sweet Country | Dir: Warwick Thornton | M | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Samson and Delilah director Warwick Thornton has once again ventured into the outback of the Northern Territory. This time he uses the stunning red landscape as a setting for a Western. But this is no traditional Western. There’s no music to […]

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‘Call By Your Name’ nominated for Best Picture Oscar

‘Call By Your Name’ nominated for Best Picture Oscar

The romantic queer love story Call Me By Your Name is one of nine films nominated for Best Picture at this year’s Academy Awards. Queer themed film Moonlight was the top film in 2017, could it be back to back successes for gay dramas? Timothée Chalamet has also picked up a Best Actor nomination for his role […]

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Review | Kylie Minogue shines in throwback Aussie comedy Swinging Safari

Review | Kylie Minogue shines in throwback Aussie comedy Swinging Safari

Swinging Safari | Dir: Stephan Elliot | M | ★ ★ ★  Director Stephan Elliot made his mark on the landscape of Australian cinema with his iconic film The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert. His latest offering Swinging Safari is an ode to a bygone era of key parties, kitsch and the kind of […]

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Have you seen a ghost in the City of Vincent?

The winners of the City of Vincent Film Project have been announced with films about honeybees, ghosts and neon signs to be produced for screening in July. Among the teams receiving funding to make their film project a reality is former Pride WA President Paul van Lieshout (pictured) who is heading a team creating a film about […]

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Call Me By Your Name director hints at potential film series

Call Me By Your Name director hints at potential film series

The characters of Oliver and Elio that captured hearts around the world in the 2017 film Call Me By Your Name may get a few more chances at love, if the film’s director has his way. Speaking to the Guardian, director Luca Guadagnino says he would like to further explore the characters on screen with direction from the […]

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