Reviewed by GREG KING Documentary Directors: Michael McIntyre, Kate McIntyre Clere. Not to be confused with the 1986 adaptation of the controversial D H Lawrence novel that starred Judy Davis and Colin Friels, or even the 1952 drama that starred Maureen O’Hara and Peter Lawford, this Kangaroo is a documentary that explores the dichotomy of feelings for our iconic national symbol. The documentary has been produced by filmmaking couple Michael McIntyre (Aussie Rules The World) and Kate McIntyre Clere (Yogawoman) and is Continue reading

FRIENDS, FOES & FIREWORKS – interview with Ivan Malekin and Sarah Jayne

by GREG KING   Friends, Foes & Fireworks is a drama set around a New Year’s Eve party. It was shot entirely in one night and was largely improvised. Writers and directors Ivan Malekin and Sarah Jayne dropped by the studios to chat about the film and some of the challenges in shooting it. The film is having its premiere at the Classic Cinema in Elsternwick on Wednesday March 21 at 7pm. http://www.mediafire.com/file/mi3ld5qub88wmu3/230302_001.MP3 Continue reading


Reviewed by GREG KING Director: Dean Murphy Stars: Shane Jacobson, Paul Hogan, Jimeoin, Tim Ferguson, Marty Fields, Stephen Hall, Fiona O'Loughlin, Ron Jacobson. The affable Shane Jacobson (whose previous film The BBQ was a massive disappointment and a laboured and unfunny comedy that failed to fire up) threw a massive party at his father’s property in Clarkeville, in regional Victoria. He invited along thirty of Australia’s top comics to share in the joy of joke telling and laughter. He provided all the meat and beer, all the guests Continue reading


Reviewed by GREG KING Director: Clay Glen Stars: Kelli Berglund, Emily Morris, Terry Rogers, Elysia Markov, Daisy Anderson, Henry Turczynowicz, Ruth Natalie Fallon, Jess Kuss, Jo Stone. Bring It On Mean Girls? Emma Wilson (Kelli Berglund, from Raising The Bar, etc) is an American cheerleader whose life is turned upside down when she moves to Adelaide with her father, an Air Force officer. She quickly forms a friendship with her next-door neighbour Hannah (Emily Moore, also from Raising The Bar, etc), who is also a cheerleader. But thanks to the Continue reading

THAT’S NOT MY DOG – interview with Dean Murphy

by GREG KING The film centres around a party that the affable Shane Jacobson threw. He invited along thirty of the funniest people he knows – the likes of Jimeoin, Paul Hogan, Marty Fields – and musicians like Russell Morris and the Black Sorrows. The film celebrates our love of telling jokes. That's Not My Dog screens at selected cinemas from March 15-March 18. Greg spoke to director Dean Murphy about putting the party and the film together. http://www.mediafire.com/file/6rq2ik9a74j8rjh/230220_001.MP3 Continue reading