Unsung Auteurs: Cherie Nowlan

Unsung Auteurs: Cherie Nowlan

FilmInk salutes the work of directors who have never truly received the credit that they deserve. In this installment: Australian filmmaker Cherie Nowlan, who helmed Thank God He Met Lizzie and Clubland.
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Opinion: Why <em>Top Gun: Maverick</em> Works

Opinion: Why Top Gun: Maverick Works

Where other “legacy sequels” have underwhelmed and under-performed, Top Gun: Maverick has well and truly soared. But why? We have a theory…
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Future of Bitcoin Trading in Oman

Future of Bitcoin Trading in Oman

With the recent surge in Bitcoin's price, more and more people are interested in trading cryptocurrency. In Oman, there is a growing interest in Bitcoin trading, but there is still a lack of understanding about how it works and what the future holds for Bitcoin trading in the country.
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Where to spend bitcoin in the market?

Where to spend bitcoin in the market?

Bitcoin can be spent in many places, both online and offline. However, spending Bitcoin can be a bit different than spending fiat currency.
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Unsung Auteurs: Steve Binder

Unsung Auteurs: Steve Binder

FilmInk salutes the work of directors who have never truly received the credit that they deserve. In this installment: music screen director Steve Binder, who helmed Elvis' '68 Comeback Special.
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Kriv Stenders: Crafting <em>Boy From The Bush</em>

Kriv Stenders: Crafting Boy From The Bush

Prolific director Kriv Stenders (Red Dog, Slim & I) takes a refreshingly unusual approach with his Lee Kernaghan concert biography film Boy From The Bush, which will premiere at The Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival.
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Set Visit: <i>Christmess</i>

Set Visit: Christmess

It was joy, not a mess, when we visited the set of the latest film by Heath Davis (Book Week, Broke).
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Unsung Auteurs: Jack Cardiff

Unsung Auteurs: Jack Cardiff

FilmInk salutes the work of directors who have never truly received the credit that they deserve. In this installment: master cinematographer turned underrated and unusual director Jack Cardiff.
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Style On Screen: The Hairdressing Director’s Cut

Style On Screen: The Hairdressing Director’s Cut

While it might not appear to be the most notable feature, hair and makeup play a key part in the overall aesthetic of a movie, and some ‘dos have turned out to be especially memorable, even having an influence on the styles of audiences.
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Aaron Wilson: Chasing <i>Little Tornadoes</i>

Aaron Wilson: Chasing Little Tornadoes

The local filmmaker’s second film in his PTSD trilogy – starring Mark Leonard Winter, Robert Menzies and Silvia Colloca, with a crucial script contribution from Chrisos Tsiolkas – will premiere at the Melbourne International Film Festival.
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