The spectacular rise and tragic fall of one of haute couture’s most treasured icons is to be documented within an upcoming biopic, said to be in progress by the end of the year. Check out the trailer for the new Alexander McQueen documentary now.Read More
Inner-West gem Public House Petersham and Aussie hip-hop collective One Day are teaming up to throw “Neighbourhood Watch” – a family-friendly, daytime carpark party – this Sunday, March 25. Did we mention it’s FREE? Find out all the details here.Read More
Maggie Rogers released a documentary this week whose title is also the name of an upcoming song from her full-length debut. The clip explores life after viral success, what it means to the singer, and how she intends to maintain it, because let’s be real, the bar for Rogers is set pretty high. Check it out now.Read More
Anderson .Paak has released a new jam called ‘Til It’s Over’, which features in a new Spike-Jonze directed short film starring FKA twigs. Watch it NOW!Read More
SZA may not have won any Grammys earlier this year, but she’s a champion in her own right, just by virtue of being self-confident as a Black woman. SZA recently did a Mastercard-sponsored documentary entitled ‘Can’t Judge A Book’ about her journey to this point not just as a singer-songwriter, but as a person who is comfortable in their own skin.
The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra has just announced a very special string of performances plucked from the legendary Studio Ghibli‘s greatest and most iconic film scores. Click on the photo above for all the details. You won’t want to miss this one.Read More
From his humble beginnings in Ramona Park, an area of North Long Beach, California – the early Odd Future associate fresh from his Field Day 2018 performance had his own sideshow at one of Sydney’s most favoured venues – Enmore Theatre. The5to9Life team were lucky to catch him at his sold-out show on Saturday 6th January 2018.
Words and photography by Talica Tamanitoakula
The first trailer for Ocean’s 8 is officially here.
With an all-female line-up, the film has stars an all-star ensemble cast of Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Rihanna, Mindy Kaling, Awkwafina, Sarah Paulson, and Helena Bonham Carter. We’re pretty hyped for the release of this. Check it out.
It’s a familiar environmentalist argument—we all have to live on this planet, so we might not want to completely destroy it. But newly rebranded Danish power company Ørsted is taking up that mantle in a clever new interactive film from Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam to roll out its vision for a world run entirely on green energy.
Ørsted offers hope though, as for the first time in history green energy is cheaper than black, so the idea of a world that runs entirely on green energy is now a possibility, and in the fight against climate change, the team at Ørsted are working to make it happen.
American Express Openair Cinemas is bringing more than movies to Sydney’s Inner West this November 29 to December 20 as an exciting program of fun, food and flicks is revealed for the Summer.
Click on the photo above to find out all the details.