Retro Review: Ghosts… of the Civil Dead

“Its relentless, disturbing, impactful, and thoughtful portrayal of this setting makes the likes of Scum and Oz seem like Rugrats.” by David Morgan-Brown Australia has produced some of the roughest and toughest films ever created and Ghosts… of the Civil Dead ranks up at the top. Released in 1988 in film festivals (and in 1989 in its wide release in…

Sydney premiere announced for Ecco Homo

From the team behind Autoluminescent: Roland S. Howard, comes another artistically rendered story of an Australian creative outsider, this time provocateur and queer chameleon, Troy Davies. From his music and video work with Hunters & Collectors, Michael Hutchence/INXS, Ollie Olsen, Big Pig’s Sherine, Deckchairs’ John Clifford, U2 and others, to his numerous artistic endeavours as visual artist, fashion designer and pop star, documentary Ecco Homo takes viewers…

Never Tear Us Apart: The Untold Story Of INXS

While we don’t usually focus on telemovies – it’s a time thing – we thought the trailer to Never Tear Us Apart: The Untold Story Of INXS was worth showing for those who havn’t seen it… Enjoy. au.gwn7.yahoo.com say: Promising an authentic behind the scenes look beyond the music, Never Tear Us Apart: The Untold Story of…