Into the Green World Science Festival Brisbane 2023 is coming to GOMA!
Two new Australian documentaries lead this exciting line up - Greenhouse by Joost 2022 which details Artist and Designer Joost Bakker’s project to create a house that can provide food and energy.
Alongside this is Franklin 2022 which heads down the breath-taking Franklin River in to tell the story about the possibility for community-lead change in the face of what seemed an unstoppable commercial force – the proposed damming of Tasmania’s last wild river.
International Women’s Day at Dendy Competition – win tickets to Portrait of the Queen!
An original documentary about the image of one of the most iconic women of our time and her extraordinary relationship with photography.
Portrait of the Queen, the amazing story of the woman and her moving, enthralling, controversial 70-year reign, retraced through the most intense photographic portraits taken of her.
Directed by award-winning photographer Fabrizio Ferri and based on the best-selling book by Paolo Calvetti. Featuring legendary British actor Charles Dance (The Crown, ...
The Lazy Mountain Music & Arts Festival is coming this Easter!
Launching the inaugural year with two of Australia’s finest, most successful and hardest working musical exports, overachieving multi-platinum selling, multiple ARIA and 2022 J Award winners Gang of Youths and superhuman multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter Tash Sultana, Sydney indie pop rock sweethearts Middle Kids, Melbourne indie punk rockers Slowly Slowly, Wollongong born, South Coast raised singer-songwriter Tyne James Organ, Snowy Mountains, via Beijing, via Thailand rapidly ...
Night Feast is coming to the Brisbane Powerhouse this March!
Set within a temporary village of Queensland fretwork, Cantonese lacquer and luminous neon, a selection of Brisbane’s top chefs will feature their signature dishes.
The culinary feast is paired with a menu of immersive art interventions, light installations and performance.
The first of what will become a biannual event, Night Feast follows the seasons with Night Feast – Autumn each March and Night Feast – Spring each October.
Night Feast is a non-pr...
Watch the final trailer for Creed III – in Aussie Cinemas March 2!
Jordan directs from a screenplay by Keenan Coogler (“Space Jam: A New Legacy”) & Zach Baylin (“King Richard”), from a story by Ryan Coogler (“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”) and Keenan Coogler & Zach Baylin. It is produced by Irwin Winkler, Charles Winkler, William Chartoff, David Winkler, Ryan Coogler, Michael B. Jordan, Elizabeth Raposo, Jonathan Glickman and Sylvester Stallone. The executive producers are Sev Ohanian, Zinzi Coogler, Nicolas Stern and Adam Rosenberg...
Missing Movie Review
June (Storm Reid of Euphoria) is on a rampage. Her mother Grace (Nia Long) is out of town with her new boyfriend and she is going to take full advantage of the absence of parental control. But when mom goes missing the computer-savvy teenager kicks those skills into high gear.
This is a modern thriller fit for modern times. The story is told through a plethora of computer devices and online apps and it’s scary how much information is out there with the mere ...
Daughter Movie Review
We find Sister (Vivien Ngô) held against her will in a random garage. We are not privy to the how and why she came to be in that situation. She soon meets Father (Casper Van Dien) who instructs her on how to behave to secure her eventual release. Against her will, she becomes a member of the family.
Mother (Elyse Dinh) and Brother (Ian Alexander) also inhabit the house. Their demeanour suggests that they too are there through malfeasance. Father rules the house with an iron fist and ...
Fisherman’s Friends 2: One and All Movie Review
The album went gold selling over 150,000 copies and in these days of streaming that is an impressive number. With that surprise success, media attention and a film based on their story was inevitable. The first film did well and now part two gets a release. The first version was a feel-good story and the second continues with that momentum.
The story that has been built around the facts feels very contrived but that does little to dull the joy. Who doesn’t love ...
Cocaine Bear Movie Review
Based ever so loosely on an actual event when drug runners lost a load of the white powder in the hills of Tennessee. This ultimately led to the overdose death of a 79-kilogram American Black Bear after it ingested copious amounts of the drug. In a scenario that could only happen in America, the deceased bear was then stuffed and now resides in a shopping mall in Kentucky.
Director Elizabeth Banks’ has a sure hand on the tiller and uses her extensive knowledge ...