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Australia Daze: Restored Bicentenary Documentary to Screen Across Australia

Award-winning film Australia Daze, which documented the bicentenary of European settlement in Australia, has been digitally restored by the NFSA and will screen in cinemas across the country on 26 – 27 January 2021.    Where were you on 26 January 1988?   The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA), as part of its NFSA Restores program, has restored landmark observational documentary Australia Daze. The digital restoration will screen on 26 January 2021 in Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane, Alice Springs and Darwin, and in Melbourne on 27 January.   The production of Australia Daze involvedRead More


Single Release: Sheppard – Learning to Fly

  This week Sheppard rounds out 12 months of songs with this latest release, which will culminate in the release of their third album, Kaleidoscope Eyes, on February 26. Featuring driving beats and a sing-along chorus it is the perfect addition to the new year airwaves. Written in Los Angeles with long-time friend Forest Blakk about getting back to wonder and joy in our lives, the song presents a feeling the world has never been needing more than at the end of this turbulent year. “Learning to Fly” is aRead More


Sneak peek – “THE BEATLES: GET BACK”

Acclaimed filmmaker Peter Jackson has released an exclusive sneak peek of his upcoming documentary “The Beatles: Get Back” for fans everywhere to enjoy. The 5-minute special look is available to fans worldwide on TheBeatles.com and streaming on Disney+. Jackson said, “We wanted to give the fans of The Beatles all over the world a holiday treat, so we put together this five-minute sneak peek at our upcoming theatrical film ‘The Beatles: Get Back.’ We hope it will bring a smile to everyone’s faces and some much-needed joy at this difficultRead More


FIVE Greatest Hits 2021 Australian Tour

FIVE are guaranteed to bring the party vibes on their Greatest Hits Australian Tour Boybands were so much a part of the 90s and one of the biggest and most successful were FIVE (or 5IVE). In Australia alone they have sold almost 1 million copies of their records and over 10 million records worldwide! The hit machine’s known as FIVE released a series of catchy fun sing along pop songs – Keep On Movin, Everybody Get Up, When the Lights Go Out, If Ya Gettin’ Down, Got The Feelin’, We will Rock You, Slam Dunk to name aRead More


VALERIE TAYLOR FEATURE DOCUMENTARY SELECTED FOR SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

PLAYING WITH SHARKS, the feature documentary from director Sally Aitken and producer Bettina Dalton, has been selected to screen at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival in the World Cinema Documentary Competition section. The WildBear Entertainment production is one of only 10 films from around the world to be chosen for this prestigious and highly competitive section. PLAYING WITH SHARKS is a powerful and visually sumptuous 90-minute feature documentary about Valerie Taylor,  living legend and icon in the underwater world. A glamorous shark hunter in the 1950s, Valerie was a championRead More


Film Review: How To Be A Good Wife

Director:    Martin Provost Cast:    Juliette Binoche, Noémie Lvovsky, Yolande Moreau, Edouard Baer, François Berléand, Marie Zabukovec Rating:    M Running Time:    108 Australian Distributor:    Palace Films   Set in 1967 at a home economics school in the medieval town of Boersch in the Alsace-Moselle region of France, Madame Paulette Van der Beck (Binoche) has to take over the administration of the school after her husband Robert (Berléand) unexpectedly departs the scene. She and her sister-in-law Gilberte (Moreau), with the aid of the eccentric nun Marie-Thérèse (Lvovsky),Read More


Christine Quinn Wears Eats Lingerie for Playboy Cover

Here is the Playboy MX cover which stars Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn wearing Eats Lingerie Red Cherry collection, along with $8,000.000 worth of diamonds from H.Dayan & Co.       Photographed by Sonny Matson, the shoot took place at Chateau Rose Villa in Bel Air.  


Circa provides ‘greatest view of Las Vegas’

Derek Stevens looked out at a view of the Strip skyline as the sun started to set on this Las Vegas evening in downtown. Standing on the rooftop Legacy Club at his new Circa Las Vegas, Stevens proclaimed what appeared to be obvious: “I think this is the greatest view of Las Vegas in Las Vegas,” he said. “We’re really trying to celebrate the history of Las Vegas and what the city is as a whole. We want people to come up here and take a look and see howRead More


Film Review: The Dry

Director:  Robert Connolly Cast:    Eric Bana, Genevieve O’Reilly, Keir O’Donnell, Matt Nable, William Zappa, John Polson Rating:    MA Running Time:    117 Australian Distributor:    Roadshow Films   One of the things that makes Australian cinema stand out from other films is the grit that quite often comes with it. When I say that I am not just talking about genre flicks I am talking about drama films like Romper Stomper that just seem to go that extra step further than most other films. When you mix that grit withRead More


Film Review: Wonder Woman 1984

Director:   Patty Jenkins Cast:   Gal Gadot, Kristen Wiig, Chris Pine, Pedro Pascal Rating:    M Running Time:   151 Australian Distributor:    Roadshow Films   Well at last 2020 has its own superhero – and her name is Wonder Woman. Over the last decade comic book fans have gotten used to having at least three or four superhero movies hitting cinemas each year. This year though with the blockbusters on hold those fans have had slim pickings. The underrated New Mutants came and went in the blink of an eye so the fansRead More