Issue 1

Charlie Chaplin: The Pawnshop 1916

Review by Shana Dennis Main Cast: Charlie Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Henry Bergman, Eric Campbell, John Rand, Albert Austen The Pawnshop (1916) is one of Chaplin’s funniest slapstick shorts from his days at Mutual Film Corporation. Chaplin [...]

Bare Pictures: Michael Crafter – Mosh Walker

Here is the first in a series of videos from Bare Pictures. Bare Pictures is Marnie Vaughn and Kerinne Jenkins. Michael Crafter – Mosh Walker from Marnie Vaughn on Vimeo. Directed, Filmed and Edited by Marnie Vaughn Vox [...]

Interview with photographer Daniel Jenkins

I was quite taken by the work of photographer Daniel Jenkins when I came across it and emailed him a Q&A for a bit of an insight into his practice. Here is his response starting with [...]

Golden Fang Review

If there are two universal truths in this world, they are as follows: The person you love will never, ever love you back as much as you love them* and you can always trust a Chinese [...]

Svelt at the Red Rattler – 10/08/2012

The rather awesome Sydney band Svelt performing their last song of the night Make It Last at the Red Rattler. 10/08/2012 Filmed by Daniel Smith & Dave Cheng. [...]

Artist: Bruno Perillo

Here are some amazing paintings by Bruno Perillo. Have a look at his website – All images © Bruno Perillo Images used with permission [...]

1kg Burger Challenge – Toxteth Hotel – Glebe Point Road, Glebe

Images by Kel McIntosh.   The Toxteth was a pretty grim place until a lazily designed union jack motif and rotisserie of Juxtapoz vagina art night one night a week took over. Out with the early [...]

An Interview with Filmmaker Kate Vinen

Daniel Smith: How did you get in to filmmaking? Kate Vinen: I always loved the power of stories. I remember my mother reading me stories and poems before bed and I was utterly captured by the [...]

Interview with Artist Jonathan McBurnie

Jonathan McBurnie interviewed by Daniel Smith, June 4, 2012 Daniel Smith (DS): When did you start drawing? Jonathan McBurnie (JM): I would have to ask my parents for exact dates, but from what they’ve told me [...]

Review: The Wedge Espresso, Glebe

Glebe is rubbish for food. There are a few notable exceptions to this (Na Zdrowie, Toku Toku, Clipper Cafe and Mamak Village for instance) but given the length of Glebe Point Road, the ratio of [...]


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