Over one hundred thousand people attended Palestine Action Group Sydney’s sixth protest urging to stop the genocide in Gaza on…
Author: Valerie Chidiac
The Law Revue crew dangled the bagel, and left no crumbs behind.
As we ponder if Barbenheimer and anything post-Barbenheimer can truly live up to months worth of hype and marketing, it can be said with conviction that the journey to these two films remain unmatched by any previous cultural phenomenon.
All-in-all, this engaging production is a great opportunity for those lacking familiarity with the Orwellian world, as well as the 1984 scholars, connoisseurs, and fans alike.
The open letter addressed the broader context of cost of living pressures, the declining value of a university degree, and a more precarious job market as key reasons for more consultation prior to indexation.
At the Sydney Film Festival, guest Jane Campion introduced the documentary directed by Julie Bertuccelli recounting Campion’s creative journey and her navigation of “trouble”, “secrets”, plus the highs and lows of the film industry.
As I sat down for the Sydney Writers’ Festival Great Adaptations panel, I heard from writers from all walks of…
Ridgwell concluded in the proceedings that “mass politics and action” are the most appropriate measures for solidarity and that this is not a matter of taking sides, but an active dismantling of oppression with colonial origins.
Walking into Nowhere Fast —with its tagline: “The insecure alpha male. The hysterical office slut. The unhinged incel. The cool girl” — you know you are about to witness a hectic dynamic.
While I have clearly picked on some situations which could have been improved, this entire experience was very rewarding and provided me with so much insight. It allowed me to bond with a group of co-workers I had never met before. Blood, sweat and tears. Ballot, sausage and turnout.