Graffiti Maker Articles
The best television drama has at last matched the depth, complexity and gripping quality of the best films. Series have become like novels - best digested multiple chapters at a time rather than waiting a long week for the next instalment.
The building materials industry has stooped to an all-time low: the nation's largest brick maker is trying to peddle sleaze-themed bricks. Brickworks hopes to sell 1 million fully glazed Burlesque bricks in Australia as part of its efforts to overcome the housing downturn.
Graffiti has gone from the street to the information superhighway, writes Nicole Manktelow.
With a new Star Wars movie on the way, Richard Rayner assesses the saga's profound effect on the movie-going psyche. MORE than 25 years ago a young film-maker was touting a 13-page story idea around Hollywood. The director's name was George Lucas, he was 27, and his story was..read more
GEORGE Lucas is coming to Sydney, to be the keynote speaker for the Screen Producers Association of Australia's annual conference in November. The American film-maker is in post-production on the first film of a "prequel trilogy" to his record-smashing Star Wars trilogy (Star Wars, Th