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Baz Luhrman discusses the making of Australia, his epic film starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman. Australia is the first feature film to be produced from Luhrmann’s new focus on a trilogy of epic works and is the most recent project with his creative partner of more than 20 years, his wife Catherine Martin (coproducer, production & costume designer). It tells the story of Lady Sarah Ashley (Nicole Kidman) as a British aristocrat who, during World War II, is left in control of a cattle st ...
 
So... I’ve just moved to L.A. Yep. Yet another Aussie in this city. And I’m freakin’ loving it! Mostly because I have had the good fortune to stumble upon an incredibly talented and supportive community of fellow country-humans. People who have been so generous in sharing their experiences in this crazy town with me. Here’s a podcast with some of them! Some are friends, some are acquaintances, some are strangers but all are Los Angeles dwelling Aussies with something to say.
 
This is an extraordinary series of Eight short films, documenting Tor Websters journey to each of the Earth Chakras. The first short film is from his visionary journey where he received his mission, then seven short films show is pilgrimage from the Base Chakra at Mount Shasta California to the Crown Chakra at Mount Kailash in Tibet. This takes him through South America, Australia, Europe and Egypt. Enjoy.
 
Wondering what it takes to land a spot on your favourite reality tv show? Wondering how the celebrities you now know did it? The do’s and don’ts of auditioning. The psychology behind casting. How to prepare. We’re joined weekly by Australia’s most popular reality tv stars who tell us their before and after story of landing a spot on our screens. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
You've found WHO magazine's TV podcast, Binge List - your weekly guide to what's bingeworthy on TV. From streaming, to pay TV, to broadcast, we've got it all covered. Join TV aficionados Matthew Denby, Gavin Scott and Clare Rigden as they talk about this week's must-watch shows. So get comfortable, find the remote and tune in for everything you need to know - and a lot more!
 
Novastream.com.au and The PopCulturists present "In A Row?" - An 8 week spotlight on one of the kings of indie film, Kevin Smith. Starting from 1994's Clerks to 2014s Tusk along with a glimpse into his future projects. Novastream is Australia's home of pop culture. With daily reviews, news and features on movies, games, tv and pop culture, Novastream has garnered a following and a reputation for producing exclusive and opinion based content. Head on over to novastream.com.au The PopCulturist ...
 
Join Comedian Kelly Fastuca as she chats to guest about dating badly, where all the stories date badly. A little bit about the host: Kelly Fastuca is an Australian-born comedian who was based in New York City from 2010 to 2016 and has played rooms there such as The Comedy Cellars Fat Black Pussy Cat, The Stand, Stand up New York and Carolines. She gigs regularly around Melbourne and has guested on shows that include Frocking Hilarious and as a cast member of Geraldine Hickey’s That’s My Show ...
 
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Director Nicole Miller joins the Cinema Australia Podcast to discuss This is Port Adelaide - a passionate love letter to one of Australia’s greatest sporting clubs.Nicole became immersed in the world of footy and the Port Adelaide Football Club when she directed the recent series The AFL Show, which explains the sport to a Chinese audience. This in…
 
To mark the 20th anniversary of Moulin Rouge!, writer, director and producer Baz Luhrmann and production and costume designer Catherine Martin look back on making the movie musical – remembering the Sydney shoot, their proudest moments, the audience reaction at Cannes Film Festival and around the globe, as well as their thoughts on the stage show o…
 
Lia and Tom pack in A LOT in this episode including The Mitchells vs. the Machines, Frank of Ireland, The Mountain Between Us, The Food That Built America and Kim's Convenience reviews. We find out what Elizabeth Olsen's new project is, discuss the latest George A. Romero movie and get hyped for The Eternals!…
 
Big Brother's Big Eye is back for it's second season on Channel 7 and there's more than meets the eye. Host Dave Bonaddio, with the Big Eye panel rounds up the launch week, latest evictions and talking points but what does Big Eye have planned? HOST: DAVID BONADDIO PANEL: LACHLAN HARRIS, ROSS KENT, BIG BROTHER'S NANA PRODUCER: DAVID BONADDIO EDITOR…
 
Joining Olly Mann this week are the news editor of the Press Gazette, Charlotte Tobitt, radio executive Trevor Dann and digital editor at Immediate Media, Rebecca Messina This week: As Spotify and Apple launch paid subscriptions for podcasters what will it mean for the way audio makers get paid? Also: News UK scales back its TV ambitions. Who might…
 
Today Emily and Tommy engage in some discussion inspired from having previously watched "Last Action Hero", in which Arnold Schwarzenegger's Jack Slater character was eventually brought into that film's real world. We wondered which movie character would we bring into our real world if given the chance, and asked our listeners to chime in via the t…
 
This week Tom and Lia get busy watching trailers for the Master of None and Camp Cretaceous new seasons. Who wants a robot terminator Groot? Line of Duty is crazy popular, Marvel's next steps, LEGO Masters Australia, board game recommendations and a Sesame Street quiz!Lia Crowley tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this first episode for 2021 hosts Alexia, Kirsten and Djoymi take a look at feminists on screen, talking Amy Poehler’s film Moxie, as well as Johanna Demetrakas’ Feminists: what were they thinking and Catherine Dwyer’s Brazen Hussies. Then, Stuart Richards talks to David O’Donnell about his film Under My Skin, Kirsten speaks with Senses of Cinem…
 
Vaya, Kate and guest, Legal Eagle Bec Dahl are given a new lease on Neighbours life with Toadie's new lease on the Rebecchi Law office and new CLANDESTINE FLING with Melanie Pearson! We are buzzed by this sweet MelOadie! We also discuss Nicolette threatening to renege on her baby promise, Sheila Canning #2 sharing her culture with Sheila #1, and Be…
 
The first (and possibly only) live episode of Prime Mates! It was so much fun with the dream team of Evan, Cass and Maso, hope you enjoy! Matt's other podcasts Do Go On: https://play.acast.com/s/do-go-on/ Listen Now Podcast with Matt and Sam: https://play.acast.com/s/listen-now/ Support the show on Patreon: https://patreon.com/dogoonpod Matt's webs…
 
Lingo Pictures General Manager Tess Novak, Arenamedia founder Robert Connolly and Screen Australia Marketplace Manager Rakel Tansley break down Marketplace - the free industry resource to help finance and exploit projects, and make sure screen creatives are getting the best deals. Available to anyone – whether you have received funding or not. Podc…
 
So much Marvel news this week including the new Shang Chi teaser, Spider-Man news and Secret Invasion's stellar cast. Lord of the Rings game is dead, Sony's PS3 store is alive and could potentially mean Days Gone 2 is possible. We get excited for LEGO Masters Australia returning, Borat 2.5, Army of the Dead and a box office quiz!…
 
It's another Simpsons clip show! Sort of. CJ, Kate and Vaya, like many Neighbours viewers are struggling to find joy in the show this week in light of recent reports of on-set racism. So let's take a breather, catch up on some Brand Enthusiasm admin, and enjoy a little Neighbuzz clip show. Patreon billing will be paused for the month of May to give…
 
Olly Mann is joined by the entertainment director of Heat magazine and host of the PilotTV podcast, Boyd Hilton, writer, editor and campaigner currently working at Hello magazine, Elizabeth Carr-Ellis, and broadcast consultant and director of RadioTechCon, Ann Charles. This week: How might coverage of future high-profile deaths be adjusted in the w…
 
CJ and Vaya try to unpack the recent reports of racism and offensive behaviour on the Neighbours set. Read actor Shareena Clanton's posts about her experience working on the production this year - along with Meyne Wyatt's post in support, and Fremantle's first and second responses. We also discuss the arrival of Shareena's character, her frisson wi…
 
Screenwriter Liz Doran of Please Like Me, Doctor Doctor, Dance Academy, Ready for This and more talks about the challenges of jumping from writing to producing for new SBS series The Tailings. Liz also talks to the power of mentorships, her advice for applying for funding and her tips for producers and writers. Watch all episodes of The Tailings on…
 
Kate and Vaya, like Mackenzie and Hendrix, are opting out of the Gender Reveal party at Daaron's, but may wander over for the Penis Puppetry Ceramic Piggery at the Cannery to send of Puffy and Dipi!. STORYLINE EMBARGO: We will not be discussing the Neighbours storyline in which, yet again, a female character lies about her assault. This is a danger…
 
Olly Mann is joined by planning director at Edelman, Karin Robinson, LBC presenter, author and broadcaster Iain Dale and media executive and director of broadcasting at City University London, Professor Lis Howell. This week: BBC Four winds down original commissioning so will an archive-only channel be more high-brow or low-brow than BBC Two? Spoti…
 
Tim from VGP - A Video Game Podcast joins us this week to talk about digital vs physical games, The Boys season 3 news, the Suicide Squad trailer, a Hawkeye spin off, and Playstation ditching PS3, Vita and PSP. Also our thoughts on the latest The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Nailed It, Invincible, Mighty Ducks Game Changer and The Walking Dead ep…
 
CJ and Vaya recap the blooming of the Chlic romance - or is it NO-e? Plus Paul is almost right in his character assessment of Brentonardo, who is tied up in a jaunty carb gang; plus Roxy and Sheila gear up for the reboot of Prank Patrol! STORYLINE EMBARGO: We will not be discussing the Neighbours storyline in which, yet again, a female character li…
 
Fresh of the presses, we hear of about Kentucky family who befriended a monkey! Got a question for Matt, Evan, Cass or Maso at the live show? https://forms.gle/SrMgvpvFiW7oGH1q7 Grab Tickets to this week's LIVE SHOW (on the 4th of April with discount code - Mates): https://www.trybooking.com/BPEUI Come to Matt's Stand Up Show (Tue-Sun for the next …
 
In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast, host Matthew Eeles is joined by Antoine Furlong. The Writer, director and producer of Ascendant - a new Australian sci-fi, mystery, thriller and fantasy film. Here’s the synopsis: A young environmentalist wakes, trapped, kidnapped in the elevator of a super high-rise building at the mercy of her torm…
 
Tune in for Loud & Queer's rundown on the 2021 Melbourne Queer Film Festival! Laura (they/them) and Elizabeth (she/her) dove into four movies across the annual March festival. Laura describes the heartfelt documentary "Keyboard Fantasies" about African American musician Beverly-Glenn Copeland. Copeland grew up in small-town USA in a single-minded r…
 
Wakefield showrunners Kristen Dunphy and Sam Meikle talk through the challenges of making the complex eight-part psychological mystery, as well as how music influences their writing, working with directors Jocelyn Moorhouse and Kim Mordaunt, and the stresses and silver linings of having a project shut down by COVID-19. Watch all episodes of Wakefie…
 
Shannon from Game of Nerds joins us this week to talk about The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Keanu Reeves' new comic, new Alien and Predator comics, the Australian production of Hamilton, how exhausting social media is in Fake Famous and Shannon gets angry at Tenet!Lia Crowley tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Kate and Vaya will not be discussing the Neighbours storyline in which, yet again, a female character lies about her assault. This is a dangerous narrative and we've had enough. Instead, please enjoy our dissection of Dipi and Shane's decision to move to Sydney, Daaron's decision to take Little Buddy back in; Chloe's spark of attraction for Nic; an…
 
Olly Mann is joined by journalist, broadcaster and one half of Fortunately…, Jane Garvey and the managing director of Folder Media and co-founder of the British Podcast Awards, Matt Deegan. This week: The BBC announces plans to shift programmes and networks around the UK but will audiences see and hear a difference? As Facebook ends its feud with t…
 
Sit down with Elizabeth, Laura and a cup of tea to hear about our favourite queer musicians from childhood to now, how they inspired us as gaybies, and how they fit into our lives today. What makes an artist's music queer? What makes us feel seen and represented when our favourite musicians own their sexualities in their art? How does LGBTQ+ music …
 
Tom and Lia are joined by Gino Payne, Director and Cinematographer to chat about what it's like working in the film and TV industry. From his time working on The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones and he shares some cool info about his upcoming project. We also shout out the careers of Kaley Cuoco and Steven Yuen, take a look at the South Park special a…
 
Vaya, CJ and feminist writer/legend Karen Pickering discuss the 2021 International Women's Day episode of Neighbours in which a dear guest character is killed off. Rest in Pinot, Ma Brennan, our Barossa Valley Sophisticate. Plus the gendered dynamics of Brent, Harlow and Hendrix; and menacing Dr Karl! Head over to https://www.patreon.com/neighbuzzp…
 
The time has come. After four years of watching every episode of Futurama, the Baby Beard Crew have narrowed it down to two. It's the Finals of the bloody, glorious, TO-TO-TOURNAMENT BATTLE! Will it be 'Luck of the Fryrish' or will it be 'Roswell That Ends Well'? THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE WINNER! ******************************************* Baby Beard M…
 
Ailsa and Kylie discuss the final ever episode of the original SeaChange! It's the one with a wedding, a water spout and a muddy Morton Tregonning. They also talk about lefty loosey, righty tighty, bunting and bagpipes. seachangerspodcast@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/seachangerspodcast This podcast is recorded on Noongar land. We would like t…
 
Author, playwright and screenwriter Debra Oswald reflects on her career, the process of developing her latest book The Family Doctor into a six-part TV series, advice for writers, and her takeaways from creating hit TV series Offspring - including how she feels looking back at the passionate online reaction from fans to the death of a beloved chara…
 
Kate, Vaya and CJ are bamboozled by GazCan's bloody bliss balls; the new romance that rouses the Robinsons late at night, and the epic return of EVIL MILLSY - as Susan's hallucination. Head over to https://www.patreon.com/neighbuzzpod for our Trimmings. This time: Shipi 's ceramic pig plot. Check out @Neighbuzzpod on TikTok! More info at neighbuzzp…
 
Sit down for another episode of Loud & Queer to hear about LGBTQ+ news, local music, inspiring queer characters, and Laura and Elizabeth's highs and lows from the past week. Second Idol lead Kate Olivia joins us to explore queer representation in the music industry, the band's debut single, and Kate's cat Louis. Laura and Elizabeth compare the kind…
 
Olly Mann is joined by journalist and Channel 4 historian Maggie Brown and Deadline’s international editor, Jake Kanter to discuss BBC Three’s return to broadcast TV. A former Fleet Street editor reveals he supported the IRA. New Scientist is snapped up by the publisher of the Daily Mail and the budget offers some financial help for freelancers plu…
 
In this episode of the Cinema Australia Podcast I’m joined by My First Summer director Katie Found and actor Maiah Stewardson to talk about their beautiful new film, My First Summer. After the suspicious death of her mother, a 16-year-old is stranded on an isolated rural property. When a misfit local girl discovers her, the two lost teens form a de…
 
With three episodes competing for a coveted spot in the Finals (and only three episodes remaining for the podcast), the Baby Beard Crew needed three months to come to a decision! Will it be 'The Sting', will it be 'Luck of the Fryrish' or will it be 'Mother's Day'? THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE WINNER! ******************************************* Baby Beard…
 
CJ and Vaya enrol in Year 13, which involves two shitbags and an undercooked souffle; Ma Brennan breaks out her bucket list, which includes neighbourly nudity; Roxy's new business venture kicks off and ticks off Karl - plus Ned makes an honest living. Head over to https://www.patreon.com/neighbuzzpod for our Trimmings. This time: Shipi rekindling. …
 
This week Elizabeth and Laura chatted all things queer representation and coming out at different stages in your youth. They discuss what it's like to come out when you don't have all the language or education about queer relationships and how queer identities are gatekept due to biphobia or lack of experience. Elizabeth sat down with old high scho…
 
Australians in Film Executive Director Peter Ritchie on what he’s learned working in Hollywood, and their call-out for new screenwriters and directors to learn from some of the biggest names in the business including Warwick Thornton, Taika Waititi, Nicole Kidman’s Blossom Films, Margot Robbie’s LuckyChap Entertainment. It’s part of a new Australia…
 
Kate and Vaya are back in Puffy's Back Patio to discuss the gassing of The 82! How timely - as it helps the Shamy/Shipi triangle resolve as swiftly as it began. Plus Koyle does a thrifty overhaul of the menu, and Chloe's back in the BrenDen and we get another visit from Ma Brennan... Head over to https://www.patreon.com/neighbuzzpod for our Trimmin…
 
This week on the show we explored an array of new and nostalgic queer music. Laura chatted to queer Brisbane indie rocker Hope D about her new EP "Cash Only". Hope opened up about coming out at a conservative school, her exploration of addiction in feature song "Addict", and what it's been like to make music under COVID. Meanwhile, Elizabeth sat do…
 
Olly Mann is joined by the editor of Newsweek International, Alex Hudson and TV development executive Steven Bricknall. This week: Chattering classes pull up a chair in Clubhouse; Australian Facebook users lose access to news articles in a row with the Australian government; BBC World News TV is pulled in China and World Service radio goes silent i…
 
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