Casey Neistat quit and the world lost their shit…. I lost a friend. … More Daily Travel Vloggers and YouTube. Passion or Poison?
Should we look at images of death, war and destruction? I argue that we as global citizens cannot look at images of suffering and be unnaffected by the deep sadness this photograph conveys. And we cannot feel this without being compelled to do something about it. … More The Little Red Shirt That Captured The World’s Attention For All Of The Wrong Reasons
There’s much more to a selfie than a good filter .Status anxiety, purpose, psychology and value are just some of the key elements in producing your online ‘self.’ … More How Important Are Your Selfies?
Debate: The way we watch favours global cultural diversity over Australian content America has long since dominated the global film industry due to the strength of the industry and globalisation (Silver, 2007), and as we’ve been uncovering over the past few weeks, Australia’s film industry has been complicated. To strengthen ties and remove barriers between America … More Australian vs. American Content
Is it time to give up on Australian media content? … More Australian Media Content: Cynical Optimism
Co producing with France… daring or dangerous? … More Daring or Dangerous? Are Co-Productions the Future of Australian Films?
Australia represented by the Outback… is this a good thing, is this a bad thing, is any attention good attention? … More The Outback and Bad Publicity
Have you ever watched an Australian film from the 70’s that was so bad, it was actually good? Then you were most likely watching an Ozploitation film. During this time ‘Australia as an institution required a national identity, consisting of images of itself emanating from its own culture and reflecting the characteristics of it’s population’ (Rayner, … More Ozploitation or Male Domination?
What’s wrong with Australian audiences? … More Australian Audiences: What’s Wrong With Us?
Policy affects funding, funding affects policy, and it all affects our Australian films … More The Australian Film Industry: A Battle of Culture and Policy