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Review | Jane Castle shares what happens ‘When The Camera Stopped Rolling’

Review | Jane Castle shares what happens ‘When The Camera Stopped Rolling’

When The Camera Stopped Rolling | Dir: Jane Castle | ★ ★ ★ ★ It wasn’t an accident that Jane Castle became a cinematographer. When her mother was pregnant with her, she was filming a wildlife film which was one of the 40 films she directed in her lifetime, at a time when there was little recognition […]

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Review | Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Elvis’ is a spectacular surprise

Review | Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Elvis’ is a spectacular surprise

Elvis | Dir: Baz Luhrmann | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  In true Baz Luhrmann style, the opening gem-encrusted credits promise that his latest film will be absolutely spectacular, just as one would expect from the director that brought us Strictly Ballroom, Romeo and Juliet and Moulin Rouge. Some people will be expecting to be entertained by Elvis’s […]

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Take a look at the new trailer for Billy Eichner’s new film ‘Bros’

Take a look at the new trailer for Billy Eichner’s new film ‘Bros’

A new trailer for Billy Eichner’s queer romantic comedy Bros has just arrived, and we’re loving this upcoming film even more. The movie will be arriving in Australian cinemas on 27th October, so mark the date in your diary. Alongside Billy Eichner the film features an entirely LGBTQ+ principal cast, including Luke Macfarlane (Killjoys), Ts Madison […]

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First teaser trailer for Harry Styles led ‘My Policeman’ has landed

First teaser trailer for Harry Styles led ‘My Policeman’ has landed

Audiences have got their first look at the upcoming film My Policeman with the first teaser trailer for the queer tale. The film is directed by Michael Grandage and is an adaptation of Bethan Roberts 2012 novel. The novel is set in Brighton in 1957 and focuses on a policeman called Tom who is gay […]

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Review | Documentary thriller ‘Navalny’ must-see at Rev Film Fest

Review | Documentary thriller ‘Navalny’ must-see at Rev Film Fest

Navalny | Dir: Daniel Roher | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  The poisoning of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny made the news all around the world. In August 2020, the outspoken Navalny, who is the only real challenger to Putin, was flying from Siberia back to Moscow when he became violently ill. The plane made a detour to […]

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First images of Harry Styles ‘My Policeman’ film released

First images of Harry Styles ‘My Policeman’ film released

Audiences have got their first look at the upcoming film My Policeman with Amazon releasing the first images of the production. Among the photos shared is a picture of stars Harry Styles and Emma Corrin in a swimming pool scene, while a second image captures them with co-star David Dawson in a museum setting. The film is […]

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Review | ‘The Kitchen Brigade’ share community and culture on a plate

Review | ‘The Kitchen Brigade’ share community and culture on a plate

The Kitchen Brigade | Dir: Louis-Julien Petit | ★ ★ ★ ★  Cathy Marie (Audrey Lamy) and Fatoumata (Fatoumata Kaba) are best friends but they are completely different. Forty year-old Cathy is a well-known sous chef with a signature dish to her name, while the much younger Fatou (who is played by a social media star with […]

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Desperately Seeking Susan and Tank Girl on the Rechabite menu

Desperately Seeking Susan and Tank Girl on the Rechabite menu

The Rechabite has a great film double bill coming up on June 26th, first up is Madonna’s 1985 classic Desperately Seeking Susan followed by the 1995 cult classic Tank Girl.  The screening is a collaboration between The Rechabite and the long lost institution Planet Video.  Desperately Seeking Susan is a classic comedy of mistaken identity that stars Madonna, Rosanna […]

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Scandinavian Film Festival returns with fresh Nordic cinema

Scandinavian Film Festival returns with fresh Nordic cinema

Presenting a selection of the best cinema from the top of the world, the Scandinavian Film Festival returns this July. The Opening Night selection is an epic co-production between Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Czech Republic and Poland titled Margrete – Queen of the North (Margrete den første). A lavish historical drama set in 1402 from […]

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Billy Porter makes directorial debut with ‘Anything’s Possible’

Billy Porter makes directorial debut with ‘Anything’s Possible’

Multi-talented Pose star Billy Porter is making the move to the director’s chair for an upcoming feature film for Prime Video. Anything’s Possible tells the story of young trans student Kelsa as she navigates through her final year of high school. When Kelsa’s classmate Khal summons the courage to ask her out, the pair have to deal […]

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