All posts by dircksey_wpadmin@ecuguild.org.au

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Good but Predictable- End of the F**king Wo...

Jan 19, 2018No Comments

By Tristan Sherlock The End of the F**king World, directed by Jonathan Entwistle and Lucy Tcherniak, is a wild ride. Based off the comic book

Divisive, Confusing Yet Darkly Amusing-The ...

Jan 19, 2018No Comments

By Zachary Sheridan  Sweden, 2017 Directed by Ruben Östlund The crux of the plot is this. An average guy called Christian (average because he comes

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Tear-jerker and Eye-opener : Wonder

Jan 15, 2018No Comments

By Vanessa Vlajkovic Wonder is a book which, through the eyes of different people, tells an emotional yet educative story about August Pullman – a

All Women Army: Girls who run the (online) ...

Jan 15, 2018No Comments

By Marley Amphlett All Women Army was founded by Amanda Marie Gregoraci in late 2016, after experiencing online bullying. Her aim was to create a

Overcoming Oppressive Systems Through Frien...

Jan 10, 2018No Comments

By Zachary Sheridan  France, 2017 Directed by Blandine Lenoir Starring Agnès Jaoui as the title character, Aurore is a truly delightful film. Its infused with

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Empowering and Diverse: Women of a Certain ...

Jan 09, 2018No Comments

By Tristan Sherlock Women of a Certain Age is a surprisingly wholesome, heartbreaking and empowering recount of the lives of fifteen very diverse Australian women

Days Downtown: Falls Festival review

Jan 09, 2018No Comments

Article & Images by Jackson Lavell-Lee Disclaimer: If you suffer from FOMO look away now. Day 1 The day had arrived, Falls Festival, after making

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A Musical of Commercialised Pop Garbage: Th...

Jan 07, 2018No Comments

By Christopher Spencer Directed by Michael Gracey, The Greatest Showman stars Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, Michelle Williams, Rebecca Ferguson, and Zendaya. Set in the mid-1800s,

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A solid biopic: I, Tonya

Jan 07, 2018No Comments

By Christopher Spencer Directed by Craig Gillespie, I, Tonya stars Margot Robbie, Sebastian Stan, and Allison Janney. Based on the unreliable and contradicting stories from

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Everything Everything: A Fever Dream Review

Jan 06, 2018No Comments

By Jackson Lavell-Lee On the arrival of Falls festival, we decided to look back at Everything Everything’s 2017 album A Fever Dream. As the excitement