Tiarne Shutt shares her review of the film Utopia, to be screened for students to enjoy during the Thursday of Indigenous Festival week.
Benjamin Bolton and Leigh Nicholson think that trans* characters need to be at the fore of their own films.
Lane Sainty takes a look at a NSW government gem.
Max Schintler went to school to learn, girl, not listen to hecklers
Ellen O’Brien would’ve enjoyed it more with a bottle of wine in her bag
Conniving law students convinced Lucy Hughes Jones that she was contractually bound to write a positive review.
Georgia Kriz went along to the album listening of the self -titled release by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes
Indonesia is geographically adjacent to us and has a population of 238 million people, as well as a government that celebrates and endorses the mass murdering of more than half a million people that occurred between 1965 and 1966.
Jeremy Elphick went nuts at the Sydney Film Festival.
Wadjda navigates the often non-existent line between criticism of a patriarchal state and Islamaphobia. It gives the debate – which is the euphemism for misinformed and often racist assertions about what Islam is – complexity.