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There is something a little voyeuristic in watching movies. We gain an insight into the lives of others, empathise with strangers, peek through the...

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Surfing is made by its folklore. It's deep and diverse history nourish the pastime's appeal, creating far more than just another sport; it has...

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It's been a little while since the last of my sporadic forays into Cinemaland, but I'm glad I broke the drought with Wes Anderson's...

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There is little question that 'Morning of the Earth' is one of the most profoundly influential surf films of all time. 'The Endless Summer',...

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We all have our journeys. Sometimes that journey takes us through our years, the simple ebbs and flows of conventional life. At other times,...

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The winner of The Byron Bay International Film Festivals Best Film and Best Documentary was “When my sorrow died”. It is an incredible true...

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There's a little bit of a rebellious teenager that remains inside us all, a little voice continuing to whisper in our ear, "to hell...

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Remind me never to date a Jewish girl. At least, that's the message coming loud and clear straight out of that birthplace of truth, Hollywood....

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We all have our little foibles - those funny little traits that make us us. Some we hide away for only ourselves to know...

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I've had a funny relationship with Matt Damon. No, we haven't ever cross-dressed and skipped down Parisian boulevards or gone on anecdotal backpacking adventures...