Beirut

From Fargo to Nashville to Chicago to Munich and many more besides, this new big screen offering from director Brad Anderson (The Machinist) is another film that (somewhat unimaginatively perhaps) takes its title from the city or town in which it is set. It also serves as the first movie lead for Mad Men star […]

Big Sound Line-Up Announced

The full artist line-up for the 2018 Big Sound Music Conference and Festival has been released, with more than 135 artists to feature across 18 venues over four nights in September.  Australia’s premier industry conference and new music festival, Big Sound is held annually in Brisbane’s vibrant Fortitude Valley entertainment precinct. Now in its 17th […]

Thelma

Those familiar with Julia Ducourneau’s 2016 cannibal caper Raw will see some parallels between that and this award-winning Norwegian drama from Joachim Trier (Louder Than Bombs). Like Justine in Raw, the eponymous Thelma is a young woman who has moved away from home for the first time to attend university and, whilst she doesn’t gorge […]

Brisbane Photo Awards Now Open

Fancy yourself as a photographer? Got some great snaps that you want people to see? Want to win $5000? If you answered yes to all of these, then the Lord Mayor’s Photographic Awards are for you.   The Lord Mayor’s Photographic Awards (LMPA) give photographers across all levels of experience the opportunity to submit their […]

World Press Photo @ The Powerhouse

The 2018 World Press Photo competition has attracted entries from around the world , with more than 4500 photographers from 125 countries submitting over 73 000 images for consideration. The annual competition profiles and recognises the world’s top press photographers, photojournalists and documentary photographers who captured a single event or significant issue of considerable importance […]

Live Action

There is plenty of live music on offer across Brisbane every week and photos from several recent shows have been posted in the gallery. The gallery includes snaps from the Rackett single launch at The Foundry on July 7, the Teneriffe Festival featuring Eliza and The Delusionals on July 8 and the single launch for […]

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Of all the big budget sequels being churned out at a rate of knots by the Hollywood machine, this might just be one of the dumbest to make its way onto cinema screens. The reason for its existence is obvious; the four previous Jurassic Park/World films have proven a box office bonanza and this one, […]