The Lavazza Italian Film Festival (LIFF) is returning to Perth for its 19th year, featuring over 30 films from Italy’s best filmmakers, from drama to romance to comedy.
Not to crap over anyone’s talents that they’ve worked so hard to perfect, but I have a tiny nitpick.
The WA Media Awards are held by the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) every year and contain numerous categories for submission, ranging from traditional print journalism, multi-media journalism, and even news photography.
The original showing of ‘Bush Women’ took place nearly 25 years ago and includes spectacular images from senior Aboriginal artists, all from local areas of Western Australia, including Paji Honeychild Yankkarr, Daisy Andrews, Queenie McKenzie (Gara-Gara), Tjapartji Kanytjuri Bates, Tjingapa Davies and Pantjiti Mary McLean.
Applications are now open for the annual Glorias Fellowships offered from the Gloria Payten Foundation and the Gloria Dawn Foundations in accordance with the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA). The Fellowships provide invaluable experience for Australians with a history of professional acting and directing in theatre, film and television industries, allowing them to travel and study their crafts overseas.
“It’s mainly for someone who loves retro games and classic nostalgic films, but it can also be something for the whole family to enjoy. It will definitely be a box office favourite with the various references thrown across the screen.”
Hannah tells you why you should be proud of your arts degree, and it’s not just because you don’t have exams.
“I think her mainstream fan-base would be about as out of touch with enjoying this film as a government agency using floppy disks in the 21st Century.”
Aardman bring us a new feature with nice clay animation and charm, even though its story and characters are about as old as the Stone Age.
The man behind BBC Show “The Thick of It” turns to creating political humour from one of the darkest points in history.