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Revelations Film Festival: OBSERVANCE

An unnerving pan showing waves crashing on a peculiar black-and-white beach where meaning is inexplicable. And so begins Observance, one creepy psychological thriller exploring voyeurism, grief, and the sickness of the human condition. Premiering in WA as a part of Revelation Film Fest’s ‘May Revelations’ last month,...

The Pink Label Agenda

In the effort of making the city safer, the Perth City Council has launched their three months “Female Only” parking trial at the Pier Street car park earlier this week.   For all the attention the 28 hot pink-exclusive parking spots have garnered, Perth is not the...

The Panama Papers: Parasitic Legalities

Unless you have spent the last three decades inside a sensory deprivation tank, vividly hallucinating that you are your childhood cat Mittens, clawing your own sticky fingers away from your face, the information held within the Panama Papers should at the very least be a confirmation of...

Dial M for Menulog

I’m not lazy, I just have a bad ankle. That being said, leaving the house is still an over rated endeavour. My beds two steps away, I can pay my bills from way over in the corner bean bag with a broom handle and wireless mouse, my...

Better Adults, Not Better Toys

Whether it is environmentalism, fighting poverty, public health or even the economy, “won’t someone think of the children!?” is a really strong selling point. I mean, it makes total sense; I doubt there exists any person who doesn’t want the next generation to do better than the...