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Lowtide 'Wedding Ring' video launch with Flyying Colours and Tender Bones
Footy 'Record' launch
Oscar Key Sung 'Private Club Residency' with Martin King and Fortunes
Altius Coffee Brewers
Kerala pop-up at Mighty Boy Eatery
The Green Refectory have renovated
ALAS, 'Mountain of Light' pre-orders
House of Cards SS14/15 'Yatta'
Poler Outdoor Stuff presents Spring 14 Collection
A mixtape by Low Life
Thurston Moore, 'The Best Day'
Andras & Oscar, 'Café Romantica'
Gertrude Studios pt 1
Independent Photography Festival 2014 Photo Prize submissions extended
Doona changing method: The Burrito
Cheapskate's guide to Father's Day
An interview with Georgia Perry
Once and For All: How to use a semicolon, with David Astle
Once and For All: How to do a tumble turn, with Gary Simpson
Strange Plants reissue
Shaun Prescott, 'Erica From Sales'
Guide to Garage Sale Trail 2014
Melba Gully glow worms
Three Thousand Digital Content Intern
Strange Plants reissue launch
Bus October openings
Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets
Alpha males are boring. Underdogs are interesting. In Whiplash, J.K. Simmons plays Fletcher, an overbearing teacher at the best music school in the U.S. who ...
'Force majeure' is the French term for 'a superior or irresistible power'. In insurance law, it's a clause that's often used in const...
Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets
Despite being a Britpop tragic in the 90s (that Select Magazine subscription was a waste of my allowance), I didn't actually notice when Pulp went on hia...
Masterpieces of Polish Cinema at ACMI
Full time movie director and part time appreciator-of-world-cinema extraordinaire Martin Scorsese is back in the curator's chair with a program of Polish...
An interview with the makers of 'Advanced Style'
Blogger Ari Seth Cohen has been chronicling the fabulous older ladies of New York and their flamboyant attire since 2008. Advanced Style introduces us to som...
Suicides, underage relationships, adultery, making do. Sheesh! There are some pretty heavy themes in Skeleton Twins, but like any family worth its salt, ther...
We Are The Best!
It's not often I'm reduced to feeling like an early teen when writing about a film. Feeling a bit nervous, trying not to gush and lose my cool. Truth...
ACMI presents 'Tom at the Farm'
Why doesn't Tom just leave that godforsaken farm? Why are the creepiest people sometimes the sexiest people? And why in the heck does Xavier Dolan briefl...
Lavazza Italian Film Festival
Ohhhh, Italy. You boot-shaped, pasta-inventing paradise. You gave us Monica Bellucci and margherita pizza. Versace. Leonardo Da Vinci. Ravioli. The Roman Emp...
Night Moves, like all of Kelly Reichardt's films, is seriously 'indie.' And not indie like ukelele soundtracks, naval-gazing teenagers, puffs of ...
What We Do in the Shadows
I've lived in some pretty weird share houses in my time – including one where the previous tenant collected their menstrual blood in a jar in the bathroo...
'One Day In Tokyo'
Imagine a magical land where everything is cute (even the damn salad), you're allowed to dress like this, gift wrapping is recognised as the art form it ...
Magic in the Moonlight
The jazz age. Magic fakery. An older man interested in a (much, much) younger woman. Let's get this out of the way, shall we? Yes, Woody Allen traverses ...
When Charlotte Roche's Wetlands (Feuchtgebiete) came into Australian bookstores c2009, hordes of girls were scooping it up for its anti-patriarchal, '...
Some of us attempt to forget our childhoods. We pack the embarrassing details away and shoebox them into our parents' garage, or shred our epically cring...
In between running the very-much-killin'-it label This Thing and producing his own solo work at a prolific rate, you'd think Wooshie wouldn't hav...
20,000 Days on Earth
A lot of critics have commented that 20,000 Days on Earth is only of worth to the musician's fans. Not true. I'll be honest, my own Nick Cave knowled...
MIFF guide for the disorganised
A lot of the MIFF films that you heard were great and wanted to see have already screened or sold out (I'm looking at you, Force Majeure) but it's OK...
MIFF presents 'Ping Pong Summer'
The final shot of Ping Pong Summer is a freeze frame of two best friends (Teddy Fryy and Rad Miracle) hugging in mid-air after defeating bullies at ping pong...
Gia Coppola's debut film Palo Alto feels totally familiar when you watch it. During pre-production for the coming-of-age tale - drawn from James Franco...
The Keeper of Lost Causes
The hard, humourless detective. Arrogant, difficult and brilliantly intuitive. His wife's left him. He chain smokes, hates bad coffee and falls asleep in...
MIFF presents 'Silk'
“She said: ultimately none of this has anything to do with me. And it's not just about the music either. It's about being moved and whatever ha...
MIFF presents 'L For Leisure'
L For Leisure is the kind of film you sit through waiting for it to start. It just goes on and on and then it's over and you're like 'wait, what?...
Freaks and Geeks
Remember that time our guidance counsellor embarrassed us with a gender-neutral version of Alice Cooper's Eighteen? Or what about when Jason Schwartzman ...
MIFF Roundup Edition 3
This is serious now, guys. A lot of this stuff is selling fast. But it's ok, take a deep breath. This final (for now) MIFF post rounds up documentaries, ...
Politicians and outraged conservative fuddie duddies are wasting their energy pointing at Frozen, queers on the telly and teaching in schools for pushing a h...
MIFF Roundup Edition 2, International Panorama
We're putting the 'I' in MIFF with the second roundup because the world is a diverse and many-voiced orb with plenty of tales to tell. Tickets to...
An interview with Alejandro Jodorowsky
Cult filmmaker and spiritual guru Alejandro Jodorowsky is having a resurgent cultural moment. Known for his esoteric movie classics El Topo and The Holy Moun...
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