Powerful flick serves Mandela justice

by I Am Starstruck’s movie reviewer Katerina Papathanasopoulos  Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. The film screenplay by William Nicholson and directed by Justin Chadwick is a powerful movie highlighting the struggles and journey South Africans faced from as early as 1942 to the 1990’s. The story of this time can be captured in the tale of one…

2013 TROPFEST – REBECCA GIBNEY Tropfest is one of world’s largest short film festivals and on Sunday night, the Australian version was held at The Domain in Sydney. Icons of Australian film including Rebecca Gibney, Magda Szubanski, Gyton Grantley and Richard Roxburgh were on the judging panel. The winning film of the night was Nicholas…

2013 TROPFEST – BECK & JASON STEVENS Tropfest is one of world’s largest short film festivals and on Sunday night, the Australian version was held at The Domain in Sydney. Icons of Australian film including Rebecca Gibney, Magda Szubanski, Gyton Grantley and Richard Roxburgh were on the judging panel. The winning film of the night…

2013 TROPFEST – RHYS WAKEFIELD Tropfest is one of world’s largest short film festivals and on Sunday night, the Australian version was held at The Domain in Sydney. Icons of Australian film including Rebecca Gibney, Magda Szubanski, Gyton Grantley and Richard Roxburgh were on the judging panel. The winning film of the night was Nicholas…

2013 TROPFEST – INDIANA EVANS Tropfest is one of world’s largest short film festivals and on Sunday night, the Australian version was held at The Domain in Sydney. Icons of Australian film including Rebecca Gibney, Magda Szubanski, Gyton Grantley and Richard Roxburgh were on the judging panel. The winning film of the night was Nicholas…

2013 TROPFEST – MICHALA BANAS & ROB MILLS Tropfest is one of world’s largest short film festivals and on Sunday night, the Australian version was held at The Domain in Sydney. Icons of Australian film including Rebecca Gibney, Magda Szubanski, Gyton Grantley and Richard Roxburgh were on the judging panel. The winning film of the…