Day: 31 October 2022

Triangle of Sadness is a wicked and subtlety-free satire that takes aim at the wealthy: Brisbane International Film Festival Review

October 31, 2022

The rich eat, but then suffer mercilessly in Ruben Östlund’s Triangle of Sadness, a wicked, at-times horrifically and humorously gross, satire that takes aim at the wealthy in a manner that is deliciously void of any subtlety. Divided into three chapters – all linked by a young, glamorous couple – the film promises one observation […]

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Resurrection; Rebecca Hall grounds grim examination of motherhood: Brisbane International Film Festival Review

October 31, 2022

Whilst Resurrection never deviates from its grim examination of motherhood, Andrew Semans‘ gripping, ultimately bonkers thriller refuses to stay on the course you expect it to. Portraying very much the type of Rebecca Hall-encapsulated character that Rebecca Hall effortlessly portrays, the actress here, strong-willed and properly presented, is Margaret, a pharmaceutical company representative who offsets […]

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Ainsley Farrell

Exclusive Single Premiere: Ainsley Farrell “So Small” (2022)

October 31, 2022

Ainsley Farrell hails from the United States, but these days calls Sydney home. We’re thrilled to be premiering her latest track, “So Small” ahead of its release on Wednesday. This will be the third release from her upcoming album following on from “Buffet” and “The Way Back” which were released earlier in the year. The […]

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Interview: Ben Stewart of Slowly Slowly talks new album, big collab and special tour

October 31, 2022

Melbourne rockers Slowly Slowly have quickly become one of the country’s most adored bands. After a string of diverse singles and regional tour of Australia, their fourth album Daisy Chain will be out 4 November via UNFD. We had a chat with vocalist and guitarist Ben Stewart about the album and more. “I kind of […]

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