Tag: australian films

Review – Nitram

by Nick L’Barrow No strangers to tackling incredibly haunting (and to some, quiet controversial) stories from Australia’s darker parts of history, including their shared feature...

Pop Culture Of Aus – And The Opportunity It Provides

Mikey Wulff is a Queensland actor who is benefiting from the pop culture wave that has hit Australian shores. After getting his first big break on Mako: Island of Secrets as Karl, he has gone on to be involved in two comic book movies that were filmed in Queensland: Thor: Ragnarok and Aquaman.

Review : Top End Wedding

Romantic Comedies aren’t something you would generally consider Australian’s to make a movie of. There’s a strong history in telling the untold story of...

Breath

When a director can bring words of a novel to the screen and enchant the eye with images that could only be imagined from reading...

Review – The Dressmaker

If you had told me at the start of this year that an Australian film would be one of my favourite films of the...

Review – Mad Max : Fury Road

Mad Max: Fury Road a sensory overload In a time where leading women are pushing the envelope to gain recognition for their part in the...
spot_imgspot_img

Subscribe

Popular articles