I want to share with other movie fans those amazing films that get under your skin and stay with you for days: the scary ones, the funny ones; the ones that get you thinking.
With a background in creative writing, photography, psychology and neuroscience, I’ll be focusing on dialogue, what makes a great story, if the film has beautiful creative cinematography, the soundtrack and any movie that successfully scratches the surface of our existence.
My aim is to always be searching for that ultimate movie, to share what I’ve found to be interesting (whether it be a great soundtrack, a great director or links to other information of interest) and to give an honest review without too much fluff.
Feel free to leave any comments or further information – I’m interested to hear other people’s opinions and additions.
Natalie Teasdale (Founder / Editor / Contributor)
GradDip Creative Arts
Post GradDip Creative Writing
I’m a published author with a life-long passion for writing fiction and reviews. As a former VCE English teacher and current Communications officer, I enjoy having a creatively critical outlet for sharing my love of films and particularly soundtrack music. I enjoy attending pop culture conventions, watching science fiction films (and most genres except horror). I have a BA (Hons), a Grad Dip Ed and intend doing a Grad Dip in Creative Writing soon.
Silvia Brown describes herself as a creative writer with a dark soul. Besides volunteering for the Australasian Horror Writers Association, Silvia writes dark fiction, film reviews and a writing log on writing. Check out her website http://silviabrown.me
There is nothing Lisa loves more than delving beneath the surface to catch a glimpse of the hidden mechanisms that bring the magic to the screen.
She first studied film in a pioneering course, Rough Beasts are Slouching, directing with St Martins Youth Theatre and she has completed a postgraduate certificate in writing with Swinburne University.
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