LISTEN > Droh Moreh – Director – The Gatekeepers

The Gatekeepers

Since its inception, the Israeli Film Festival has continued to grow and this year, it presents one of the strongest programs to date. Expanding to additional venues in Melbourne, Canberra and Byron Bay, the IFF is the only Australia-wide showcase for Israeli film and one of the standouts this year is The Gatekeepers, which is about the Six Day War and the role played by six former heads of Israeli’s secret intel security service.

The Gatekeepers has been nominated for an Academy Award and is one of the most talked about films/docos. Caitlin Gibson chats to director Droh Moreh about this extraordinary and controversial documentary.


LISTEN > Inside Underbelly Arts

Nothing To See Here

[Artists Catherine Ryan + Amy Spiers with their work "Nothing To See Here". Photo by Jess Scully.]

Over two weeks in late July, Sydney’s Cockatoo Island was transformed into an arts lab, with over 100 artists collaborating on 30 projects across the fascinating site. Producer Caitlin Gibson explored the lab and met some of the artists calling Cockatoo home.


LISTEN > RAW launches in Sydney

[Artist Yu'kittenme at the launch of RAW. Photo by Andrea Huang.]

RAW is an indie arts organisation that provides a platform for ‘underground’ talent across art, music, fashion, photography, performance art, hair and makeup.

It started in the US and now operating in more than 50+ cities, RAW launched for the first time ever in Sydney! Producer Andy Huang attended the ELEVATION showcase last Saturday and spoke to RAW Australia’s exec. director Kristin Wehlow, as well as artists Libby Watkins, Mulga, Onur and Debra Drummond aka Yukitten’me.

RAW is currently in the process of scouting new talent for their next showcase TRANSLATIONS in September. So if you’re interested in becoming part of the RAW community, jump online and submit to


Rolling the dice at the Zingen party (Underbelly Arts)

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The Artworkers (Underbelly Arts)


LISTEN > Meet the Kinema crew

Kinema is a twice-weekly film club co-founded by three friends Liam O’Donoghue, Jack Latimer and Rueben Holt. For cinephiles and film buffs alike, Kinema is a society/club/space (365 Parramatta Rd, Leichhardt if you want to be exact) that screens a range of quirky gems that you may or may not have seen.