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The ¿Club D'érange? Surrealist Halloween Masquérave Ball
Pelvis Halloween with Misty Frights!
MMusic presents Sovereign Trax
A review of the neon sign outside Hot Sauce
'Femme', House of Cards SS16
Krass Journal x Jungles Jungles tee
Yippywhippy online store
A mixtape by Lower Plenty
A mixtape by Bored Nothing
An interview with Dominic Talarico
Format Framing x The Thousands photo comp
An interview with Anna Kristensen
Lynette Wallworth, 'Collisions'
Perfect smashed avo on toast
Save your celery from the inevitable
Repair your fridge with CD cases
An interview with Bridie Gillman
An interview with Georgia Perry
Once and For All: How to use a semicolon, with David Astle
Win a copy of 'Drawing Funny' by Oslo Davis
Tait Ischia, 'Copywrong to Copywriter'
Olivia Grbac, 'Shit People At Gigs'
Limb store opens IRL
Special Request Records
Paradise Structures pop-up shop
Bouldering at the Lactic Factory
~ The Thousands Horoscopes ~ Libra season (24th Sept – 23rd Oct)
Some key phrases to help you seem like a dedicated footy fan
Schoolhouse Studios Spring Clean launch
Donny Benet, Broadway Sounds and Gonzo Jones at the John Curtin
c3 group show
Win tickets to the Greek Film Festival
Chevalier at ACMI
It’s a happy day when there’s a new Pedro Almodóvar film to bathe in, and Julieta is one of his finest yet – a story of emotional guilt, familial secrets, pe...
Win tickets to the Greek Film Festival
Impossibly attractive tourists pottering about the islands angling for a threesome, a backwards splash down Yorgos Lanthimos's weird wave, and Sofia Exa...
Chevalier at ACMI
Greek weird-wave from director Athina Rachel Tsangari (Attenburg) and writer Efthimis Filippou (Dogtooth, The Lobster, Alps). Six men on a yacht complete a s...
Bridget Jones's Baby via iMessage
Claire Finneran & Kate Jinx
Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures
“The whole point of being an artist is to learn about yourself the photographs I think are less important than the life that one is leading.” – R...
Girl Asleep isn’t a perfect film, but I guarantee you won’t regret watching it. I don’t fancy myself as a film expert, but this is an Australian movie about ...
The Shallows via iMessage
“Nice jeans faggot!” hollered a voice as my colleague and I strolled home after work at 3am.
“Fuck you cunts!” I offered back.
An interview with Zoey Moonbeam Dawson
Zoey Moonbeam Dawson (of the Zoey Moonbeam Dawson Shakespeare Company) is a playwright and a feminist. Her latest play Conviction has been playing at the Nor...
Extra Special MIFF Bits
The creation of a motion picture is ultimately the culmination of numerous creative fields coming together under immense pressure in an almost unbelievable c...
Our top 15 MIFF picks (that you can still get ticket...
Kiloran Hiscock and James Douglas
Winter has never been colder and MIFF has never been MIFFier. We asked Kiloran and James (aka our very own Margaret and David) to break down the program and ...
Ghostbusters via iMessage
Scandinavian Film Festival
It's arguably perfect weather to bunker down in a cinema and watch film after film from some of our world's iciest, crispest countries. Incorporating...
Girl is a girl is a girl is a girl.
Bit of a risky introduction for a cissy white boy to make, for sure. Whatever. I couldn’t not write it; I felt inspired...
Let's stop calling 'Mustang' the 'Turkish Virgin Sui...
“Not so long ago, in the East End of London, a Pakistani father murdered his only child, a daughter, because by making love to a white boy she had ...
Win tix to the 'Everybody Wants Some' preview screen...
Richard Linklater's Dazed & Confused is the perfect coming-of-age film. It has all the horny confusion, keggers and suburban mischief of any other te...
HRFF and Hear My Eyes present 'The Pearl Button' wit...
Sometimes you can only begin to understand the incomprehensible by starting with a mediation on the abstract and universal. In Patricio Guzmán’s Silver Bear-...
Tops picks for MQFF
Kate Jinx and Sam West
La Belle Saison
Catherine Corsini’s La Belle Saison is set in 1971. When country girl Delphine moves to Paris and falls in love with the worldly Carole, aga...
A Bigger Splash
David Hockney’s A Bigger Splash (1967) is all pastel California hues, flat lines, stillness and (literal) reflection – disrupted by that white kick of water,...
Alliance Française French Film Festival Guide for th...
This year the Alliance Française French Film Festival is so tres bien, that just looking at the program will make you have la petite mort.
Let’s start wit...
MQFF presents 'Cry Baby'
One of the few films Johnny Depp starred in before he and Tim Burton bound their souls together in worship of the demon Asmodeus in a profane ceremony conduc...
Jack, aged five, lives in hell. He doesn’t know it yet though because he’s being kept in the dark, literally and figuratively. His ferociously protective gua...
MQFF presents 'Hairspray'
Remember when we interviewed John Waters and he was impossibly charming and he emphasised that if you go home with someone and it turns out they don't ow...
Carol is exquisite. Not just Cate Blanchett as the titular, restrained powerhouse of a character, but the whole film, all one hour and 58 dreamy minutes of i...
Three Thousand Film Club presents 'Elixir'
The surrealists were kind of like the original punk pranksters. Except, unlike the punks, they had a manifesto. Nonchalance and middle-class apathy were the ...
Chunky Move presents 'Miss Universal'
Binary thinking is so last century, you know? Problem is, traditional ideas about gender, feminism and politics are trapped inside the words we use. That'...
Suffragette reviewed by Dave
Ever since Bridesmaids, the cinemas have been inundated with a spate of women-centric comedies. The Heat, Spy, Pitch Perfect, Pitch Perfect 2, Trainwreck and...
After seeing the trailer for The Lobster, leading up to the Adelaide Film Festival, I was immediately intrigued and excited: a dystopian world in which singl...
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