Arriving in Brisbane cinemas will little fanfare, Dope is the type of movie that should be chasing and securing a much larger audience, particularly amongst younger viewers. With a killer soundtrack, the likes of Pharrell Williams and Sean “P Diddy” Combs serving as executive producers and a talented young cast, this is very much a […]

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

The latest in a series of young adult novels adapted for the screen and the second to feature a central character with a cancer diagnosis after The Fault in our Stars, this bittersweet teen comedy from director  Alfonso Gomez-Rejon scored big at the Sundance Film Festival, winning both the Audience Award and the Grand Jury […]

Record Revival @ The Foundry

With vinyl becoming increasingly popular as the format of choice amongst music lovers, a new store has just opened in Fortitude Valley that will no doubt prove a popular destination for those seeking the latest vinyl releases, re-issues or classic recordings. Part of the recently re-launched Foundry live venue and arts space, Foundry Records has […]

World Press Photo

Established for 60 years, the World Press Photo competition has encouraged and celebrated the highest standards in photojournalism. Every year, the very best images from around the world are acknowledged and presented in a series of exhibitions that not only showcase the talents of international photojournalists but also offer an insight into the state of the […]

Last Cab to Darwin

Since creating one of Australia’s most beloved movie characters in The Castle’s laconic family matriarch Darrell Kerrigan back in 1997, Michael Caton has amassed a broad body of work in movies and television and he draws upon his wealth of experience to deliver an emotionally-charged performance as Rex McRae, a man with terminal cancer desperate […]

The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

A cross between James Bond and Get Smart is a simplistic but not altogether inaccurate summation of this latest television adaptation to reach cinema screens. Helmed by Guy Ritchie, The Man from U.N.C.L.E has everything we have come to expect from the British director. Rapid-fire editing, visual gimmickry (split screen, overt transitions), comedic violence and […]