Features

  • Newtown Festival 2016

    Newtown Festival 2016

    One of Sydney’s biggest and most beloved annual events, Newtown Festival is set to return to Camperdown Memorial Rest Park for a day of music, markets, food and fun on Sunday, 13 November 2016 at 9:30am to 5:30pm. Now in […]

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  • KOOZA Season Extended

    KOOZA Season Extended

    KOOZA by Cirque du Soleil has been amazing audiences under the Big Top at the Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park with its death-defying acrobatics and genuinely funny clowns since it opened on August 25. Due to strong demand, Cirque du Soleil […]

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  • Wired For Wonder 2016

    Wired For Wonder 2016

    One of Australia’s most innovative and inspirational events, Wired for Wonder, has announced its full, incredible line up with headline speakers including NASA Astronaut Terry Virts, London bombing survivor and peace advocate Gill Hicks and Professor of Neuroscience Gina Rippon, […]

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  • Vanessa Gazy (Highway) Interview

    Vanessa Gazy (Highway) Interview

    Talking with Vanessa Gazy is not only a delight but illuminating to how her passion of film overlaps into obvious love of film and pure talent behind the camera. Originating from Canberra, a prosperous underused location of rich cinematic surrounds […]

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  • Ben Mendelsohn’s Emmy Win

    Ben Mendelsohn’s Emmy Win

    Australia’s own Paul Benjamin Mendelsohn has been plying his thespian trade for the good part of three decades. As many local actors do, he began on local television shows including the stepping stone to many a big screen career appearing […]

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  • Another Oscar for Tom Hanks?

    Another Oscar for Tom Hanks?

    Sleepless in Seattle was the film that coined the phrase Chick Flick in 1993, the second of three films with beloved Meg Ryan and while understated, actually showcased the range of the iconic actor adored on a global level. Not […]

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  • A Not-So-Silver Lining

    A Not-So-Silver Lining

    With the discovery of the first grey gene known as IRF4, scientists may be on the way to developing a ‘cure’ for a very common issue. Identifying that IRF4 has a role in how and when our hair loses its […]

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  • Oz Comic-Con Sydney returns

    Oz Comic-Con Sydney returns

    Calling all Sydney geeks…Oz Comic-Con, Australia’s premier pop-culture expo, explodes to life at the Sydney Exhibition Centre, Glebe Island, this September 10–11. There’s no better place to spend the weekend as the Sydney Exhibition Centre gets taken over by all […]

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  • Australian National Maritime Museum

    Australian National Maritime Museum

    Wrestling komodo dragons, ethereal egrets and thirsty squirrels are among the creatures captured on camera by this year’s finalists of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 exhibition, open now at the Australian National Maritime Museum. On loan from the […]

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  • Kooza by Cirque Du Soleil

    Kooza by Cirque Du Soleil

    Cirque du Soleil will arrive in Australia this month with KOOZA, a death-defying, colourful homage to the traditions of circus. The national tour will begin in Sydney on 25 August 2016, where KOOZA will be performed under the famous blue-and-yellow […]

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  • Jared Leto – Suicide Squad: The Joker Legacy

    Jared Leto – Suicide Squad: The Joker Legacy

    What should be a flourishing anti-superhero adventure, in the darker than Marvel universe of DC Comics, is too dull to be exciting, wholly relying on the glorious array of distinctively unique villains picked by the government to take on the […]

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  • The Legend Of Tarzan Feature

    The Legend Of Tarzan Feature

    Djimon Hounsou Interview. You know his voice from the How To Train Your Dragon adventures and no doubt recognise him from an array of excellent films such as Gladiator, Amistad, Fast & Furious 7, or Guardians of the Galaxy. Academy Award […]

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  • Ty Burrell: From Modern Family to Finding Dory

    Ty Burrell: From Modern Family to Finding Dory

    Amongst all the sequels, remakes, and reboots during 2016, one in particular has been on my radar for over two years since it was originally announced by Pixar. No one predicted the world going clown fish crazy upon the release of 2003 […]

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  • Ice Age: Collision Course

    Ice Age: Collision Course

    Interview with director Galen T. Chu. There are exceptions, of course, however it is unusual for a movie series (or franchise as the studios like to call them) to make it past a trilogy, at least successfully. So it is with great […]

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  • Lights out on Vivid

    Lights out on Vivid

    After a record-breaking 23 nights, the lights have finally gone out on Vivid Sydney 2016 which has been widely acclaimed as the best ever. The world’s largest festival of light music and ideas has captivated the imaginations of Sydneysiders, as […]

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  • TMNT2: Out Of The Shadows

    TMNT2: Out Of The Shadows

    Green Carpet Sydney Premiere. Cowabunga down under, the green carpet was rolled out for turtle power at its finest in Sydney for an Australian fan event with high rolling Hollywood producer Brad Full with stars Stephen Amell and Will Arnett […]

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  • Goldstone World Premiere

    Goldstone World Premiere

    Alex Russell Interview. Australian Alex Russell was destined for big things the day Wasted on the Young was released in 2010. He is now part of the cast in Goldstone, opening film for Sydney Film Festival 2016. Fast becoming a Hollywood player […]

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  • Ashleigh Cummings Feature

    Ashleigh Cummings Feature

    Winner of Heath Ledger Scholarship Award winner 2016. It is a prestigious honour to just be nominated for the Heath Ledger Scholarship Award, but to win it means not only accolades but a long list of exciting opportunities priceless to any […]

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