SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL (SFF) LAUNCH – SYDNEY TOWN HALL

Creatives across the world met to launch the 2019 offerings for the annual Sydney Film Festival. The festival launches with the highly anticipated Palm Beach, directed by Rachel Ward and starring Bryan Brown. Also in attendance Damon Herriman and Hugo Weaving. Along with Clover Moore and Nashen Moodley.  

LEAD UP TO GAME OF THRONES S8

As we gear up for the return of Game of Thrones we’ve been living in a Game of Thrones bubble. Particularly the past month where we’ve been treated to an influx of cast interviews, GoT pop ups and marathons on TV. We had our TV’s locked into Foxtel’s Game of Thrones pop up channel for…

FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE AT THE QUDOS BANK ARENA, SYDNEY

Florida Georgia Line return to Sydney for their Can’t Say I Ain’t Country tour. Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard were joined by Thomas Rhett and Morgan Wallen who supported the country music duo.   Image source: @anyotherdayphotography

EXPERIENCE ‘KAYO’ – THE NEW WAY TO WATCH NRL IN 2019

Manly Sea Eagles’ Tom Trbojevic, Penrith Panthers’ Reagan Campbell-Gillard and South Sydney Rabbitohs’ Dane Gagai, were introduced to their super-sized lookalikes, as the trio geared up for the start of footy season on Kayo. Launching the new multi-sport streaming service at the Sydney Cricket Ground Kayo boasts features including SplitView, Key Moments and Kayo Minis.  For more information visit http://www.kayosports.com.au and…

HANSON SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE 2019

Pop 90’s group Hanson took to the stage at the Sydney Opera House for their String Theory tour.   Photo credit: Any Other Day Photography

SYDNEY MARDI GRAS PRESS CONFERENCE

As we wait in anticipation for the 2019 Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in Sydney we met some of the faces behind the festival in a pre show press conference. The Fabulous Wonder Mama, Rodney Miguel De Andrade, Lucy Sargent (Wonder Twin), The Institute of Many (David Pieper, Lisa Barry, Mark Villar, Adam Sinclair), Minnie…

REVIEW – FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is quite simply a feast for the eyes. It’s a marvel that takes you on a phenomenal journey where you find yourself gasping and covering your mouth in shock. The opening sequence was brilliant. The way it was filmed and orchestrated, we were confronted with parts that were dark…