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troublemag | July 19, 2018

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Finding the Art in Phuket

May 2, 2018 |

The Art of Letting it Go

Anthony S Cameron  

I might as well come clean right from the start. Prepare yourselves for the bold, unadulterated, glaringly bright, spill-coffee-all-over-your-shirt truth: I have been withholding, people. It hasn’t felt good, but … Read More

The Intentions of F. Scott Fitzgerald (Trailer)

May 2, 2018 |

Directors: Shaun & Jay Perry | Featuring: Lawrie Fildes, Glenn Luck, Mark Reed & Alfred Nicado

The Intentions of F. Scott Fitzgerald is a dark existentialist comedy that follows two weary hitmen on a routine ‘clean up’ job. Whilst in … Read More

The Intentions of Shaun & Jay Perry

May 1, 2018 |

interview by Steve Proposch  

“Show me a hero and I’ll write you a tragedy.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald

 

Shaun and Jay Perry grew up in a little mountain suburb/town called Olinda in the Dandenong Ranges about an hour … Read More

Comics Face Dec 2017 / Jan 2018

December 3, 2017 |

Music Festivals Season   This comic first appeared in Trouble December 2011   Want more? See all of the Comics Face we’ve run to date.  

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24th Mardi Gras Film Festival

February 5, 2017 |

                IMAGES IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE

King Cobra, A-list cast including James Franco, Christian Slater, Alicia Silverstone, and Molly Ringwald tell the true story of gay porn star Brent Corrigan.

Angry … Read More

How To Run An International Film Festival: SURVIVAL GUIDE

November 8, 2015 |

Neil Boyack

Community Engagement Coordinator & Director, CAFS Survival International Film Festival  

You might think that social welfare organisations and film festivals have little in common, but it has become apparent to me, as both a writer and organiser … Read More

The Nice House: Louise Turley

November 5, 2015 |

SOCIAL WORK with Neil Boyack  

The Nice House, directed by Louise Turley is a touching insight and tribute to Luke Batty and his mother Rosie. Australia was shocked to the core when Luke was murdered at the hand of … Read More

ADEloud February 2014

February 8, 2014 |

 

by Cassandra Scalzi

 

Well, Santa may have come and gone and I didn’t get what I wanted, but the silly season is still rife in Adelaide, with a giant cockroach recently being erected in Rundle Mall. Must the … Read More