Kino #100 – A Foray into the Filmmaking Community

Every month or so, film maker’s, actors/actresses and film connoisseurs get together for a screening of short films. 14th Nov was the 100th Kino; and to celebrate it, I was given the privilege of being the projectionist for this amazing…

Coco Cubano rebrand launch

Cuba – a country that is, for most Australians, synonymous with Fidel Castro, rum and cigars and old cars. But before Communism took its grip, life in Cuba in the 1920-50s could be described as a playground for the rich…

Things to do in Sydney

Moonlight Cinema – Summer Preview

Lounging on a beach chair by a pool by the ocean sipping on a few orange margaritas and cheeseburger and Korean fried chicken burger sliders. Not too bad of way to enjoy the beginning of summer? And working at The…

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 Review

A Young Adult Fantasy blockbuster that transcended the genre Let’s admit it, no one really liked Mockingjay part 1; while it was of apt production coupled with some great intensity and humour, it just wasn’t as excitingly portrayed as the…

The Rocks Village Bizarre

There’s magic happening in Sydney. It’s mingling in the crowds, lurking in the alleyways and dancing on the cobble stoned streets of The Rocks. And this is no Hollywood magic. This is real magic – this is the Village Bizarre….

Bottlegreen And Four Pillars Ginstitute, It’s Gin-tastic!

Summer is finally upon us and what is the most essential part of summer (Besides sunbathing and gorgeous weather)? Cocktails! Simon Johnson, purveyor of quality foods, recently took it upon himself to pair one of his favourite tonic producers, Bottlegreen,…

Goodgod, Montaigne!

Young Sydney based Art – Pop sensation, Montaigne, charmed the crowd as she performed live at Good God Small Club on Saturday night the 7th of November 2015.   Accompanied by her talented band members, the winner of FBI Music…

Matilda the Musical

You are not a trueborn 90s kid, if you haven’t seen or read about the adventures of a witty, young girl named Matilda.  The adaptation of Roald Dahl’s 1988 novel Matilda into a prominent screenplay released in 1990s, united a…

Spectre Review

An overall unpleasant Bond experience The fourth Bond film starring Daniel Craig- Spectre has recently landed, and with it came a series of widely separated critical claims. Directed by Sam Mendes who also helmed the astonishing Skyfall of the series,…