The Giants is a documentary biopic on the life of former Senator and Greens party powerhouse, Bob Brown. There is no missing the analogy between the film’s title, the trees – some up to 100 metres tall – and Brown, a man both tall in stature and an imposing figure in shaping Australia’s politics.Continue readingBob Brown: a giant for the environment
‘Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy’ is a three-part Netflix documentary that tracks the extraordinary rise to super-stardom of arguably the world’s most recognised rappers/music producers: Kanye West. Produced and narrated by “long-time friend” Clarence “Coodie” Simmons, this documentary for the most part is an extraordinary fiasco and treasure trove of footage of West’s early success. Unfortunately, the lines become blurred and the true intention of the docuseries is brought into question.Continue reading‘Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy’: review
Show Me The Money is a Stan original documentary series that follows some of the biggest AFL player agents in the country. This series best serves as an insight into the emotion and the human aspect of the business, during the AFL trade and draft periods. Show Me The Money brings the audience into the most hectic time of the year, as players attempt to move clubs and young men are vying to be drafted.Continue reading‘Show Me The Money’ review: the emotion inside the AFL Business
Audiences are transported to 1989 as sailing skipper Tracey Edwards makes history, leading a female crew on the Whitbread Round the World Race.
Defying the critics and pioneering female empowerment, “Maiden” is an uplifting documentary celebrating a story that should be more widely known.
Sailing enthusiast or not this film entertains viewers on an intense voyage across the world’s open ocean while unearthing flaws in the evolving feminist narrative.
Continue reading‘Maiden’: The must-see documentary about women who “rocked the boat”