7 Thought-Provoking Facts from the Fashion Doco ‘True Cost’

Have you ever wondered who made the clothes you are wearing right now? Have you thought about how the girl or guy in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, India or Cambodia who made your T-shirt lives? How much they get paid? Where their children go to school? IF their children go to school? Whether they have rights […]

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Career Girl: Film Producer, Writer and Director Nadia Wells

One of my wonderful friends, Nadia Wells (sometimes referred to on this blog as ‘Mrs N’) is a lawyer by day and a film producer, writer and director by night. She has her own film production company Perfect 10 Pictures and a few short films under her belt too, including her latest cabaret ‘Confessions of […]

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Film Review: ‘The Great Gatsby’

A couple of weeks ago I finally saw ‘The Great Gasby’ with JK. I blogged about the book here and mentioned that I was a little wary of the film because of slightly negative reviews. However, I LOVED the movie and would gladly see it again on the big screen and will definitely buy it […]

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Musings: A short film that made me happy

I stumbled upon the short film ‘Paperman’ earlier this week and felt so happy and inspired.  I just love stories about people’s paths crossing in the most interesting ways…. plus it has a happy ending! ‘Paperman’ was directed by John Kahrs and produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios just last year and according to Wiki, uses a blend […]

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Films: Why You Should See ‘Life of Pi’

‘Life of Pi’ has finally arrived in Sydney… You have seen the intriguing trailer and read the awesome reviews – so in my opinion, you have to – have to have to have to – see this movie… The story is about Pi Patel, a young boy from Pondicherry, India whose family owns a zoo. […]

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