Day: 18 March 2022

Omoiyari: A Song Film by Kishi Bashi is a beautiful and heart-breaking journey into the historical relationship between America and Japan: SXSW Film Festival Review

Weaving together both historical and current events, how those events pertain to the savagery of racism over the years, and the juxtaposition of his own calming musicality, Omoiyari: A Song Film by Kishi Bashi is a stunning documentary about Kishi Bashi‘s own personal journey in exploring his past as he looks for inspiration for his…

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All-new horror game The Quarry announced with release date around the corner

2K and Supermassive Games have announced this morning a brand-new horror game, The Quarry, which is set to release on June 10 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC. This is a huge surprise, given developer Supermassive Games churning out Dark Pictures titles like Man of Medan, Little Hope and…

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Unwrapping State of Play’s Hogwarts Legacy gameplay trailer

This morning’s Hogwarts Legacy gameplay trailer has left an incredibly positive impression in the minds of Harry Potter fans and gamers alike. While the game’s troubled development has lingered since its reveal, we’re confident that things are looking up, providing a healthy dose of wizarding goodness, wrapped in a detailed and expansive open world. So…

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New Music Discoveries 18th March: King Stingray, Arcade Fire, Charlie Collins and more

This week we’ve topped up our Discovery playlist with nine more new or recent releases. Our Track of the Week goes to AU favourites King Stingray and their fantastic new single “Camp Dog”.  The release caps off a successful run of sold-out shows, not to mention a strong showing in this years Hottest 100. The…

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The School Teacher of Saint-Michel

Book Review: The School Teacher of Saint-Michel is an inspiring fictionalisation of real wartime resistance acts

Inspired by real acts of resistance in France during the Second World War, Sarah Steele’s latest novel The School Teacher of Saint-Michel is sure to keep you turning pages long past lights out thanks to its twin timelines of two women on a mission, eighty years apart. Hannah Stone is a teacher on the verge…

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north by northwest

Photo Galley: North By Northwest Opening Night at Sydney’s Lyric Theatre

Local celebrities and guests walk the red carpet at the opening night of the stage adaptation of Alfred Hitcock‘s North By Northwest.  David Campbell stars as Roger O. Thornhill who’s uneventfull life is turned upside down when he is thrust into a world of espionage, romance and murder. From the skyscraper canyons of New York…

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