One Saturday evening, my dad and I were sat on the couch, finally watching Top Gun. For the first time ever it was me falling asleep on the couch instead of him. While the film was not entertaining enough to keep me awake, I still enjoyed the bits I saw, and the way it feels like a love letter to bromances.
Alexia Shaw introduces you, our dear reader, to the whirlwind that was this past week for Australian music. From indie rock hero Julia Jacklin’s latest music to Sydney-based grentperez’s affecting acoustic number, this week’s curation may just be your gateway to discovering the best Australia has to offer this winter.
Emma Xerri returns with her column this month where she dissects the representation of the female characters in Christopher Nolan’s ‘Interstellar’. The characters here fair a lot better than in her previous two analyses which looked at ‘Pulp Fiction’ and ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’.
Emma Xerri unpacks the problematic depictions of women and the misogynistic traits of male characters in ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’, her newest column piece for ‘The Search For Feminism in Male Film Favourites’.
Emma Xerri will be undergoing her own hero’s journey—dissecting the most commonly beloved films by those of the male sex—in her Fodder Blog column titled ‘The Search For Feminism in Male Film Favourites’.
Aeva Milos brings you ten hand-picked new releases ranging from punk bangers and alt-rock to feel-good pop, for the week ending February 20.
Alexia Shaw brings you ten hand-picked new releases ranging from punk bangers and alt-rock to feel-good pop, for the week ending February 13.
Radio Fodder is introducing a brand-new weekly segment for new music to add to your tumbleweed-ridden playlists, here’s Rhea Chatterji’s picks for the week ending February 6, 2022.
I love big, epic (and cheesy!) Bollywood romances like Jab We Met and Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. But for me, the romance in Monsoon Wedding is another level of intricacy and intimacy.
For me, Princess Mononoke reimagines the role humans can play in our world. We do not have to be a plague on the planet. We can choose differently.