Are We Awake? | Review

Words || Georgia Drinan Red Line Productions’ dramatic and emotional new play, ‘Are We Awake?,’ written by Charles O'Grady and Directed by Sean Hawkins is unequivocally...

Intersection | Review

Words || Cameron Colwell (ed. Angus Dalton)   Intersection is a unique theatre production currently run by the Australian Theatre For Young People. Ten writers, each...

Queer Screen’s Mardi Gras Film Festival: The Grapeshot Review

  AWOL (Dir. Deb Shovall) Review by Alicia Scott   Deb Shoval’s latest feature film AWOL is as much a story about class structures in the United States...

Spectre | REVIEW

We sent a writer to review the latest Bond film to see what the fuss was about. As expected, not much has changed. WORDS ||...

Review | To Pimp a Butterfly

WORDS || Sarah Basford Kendrick have a dream; it was probably this album. He’s back with a work that is darker than ever, but somehow still...

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All the Birds, Singing by Evie Wyld By Amelia van der Rijt Jake Whyte is a young woman trying to escape the scarring of her past....

The Teleportation Accident by Ned Beauman

WORDS | Jack Cameron Stanton I read the Teleportation Accident in light of the recent publication of Beauman’s third novel, Glow, which tells the story...

Film review: Canopy

WORDS | Alessandro Guarrera Shot on location in the Jungles of Singapore and the Australian outback, Canopy tells the tale of Jim (Chittenden), an Australian...

Book Review: The Book Thief

WORDS | Raelee Lancaster The Book Thief is the fifth novel to come from Australian author, Markus Zusak. The narrator is Death, which gives a...

Book Review: The Railway Man

WORDS | Ben Nour Recently adapted into a film, The Railway Man is a powerful and confronting autobiography by former British prisoner of war, Eric...

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Review: Oceans from here

Words || Ellie Sindel Located on Sydney’s famous Oxford Street, surrounded by cafés and various storefronts proudly displaying the Pride flag, stands the Australian Centre for...