Children of Sarajevo, the follow-up to the critically acclaimed Snow has entered the foreign Oscar race as the Bosnian and Herzegovina Filmmakers Association entry. The film, already a hit at Cannes and MIFF this year, is a powerful drama centering on two orphaned siblings and their struggle to survive the aftermath of the Balkan war. Review.
Children of Sarajevo. Screenshot courtesy of Aida Begic/MIFF
Children of Sarajevo (Djeca), premiered in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, delves into the harrowing tale of two orphaned siblings and their struggle to stay united in a society left disheveled and corrupt by the Balkan war. Continue reading →
The football derby is like nothing else. A line is drawn in the grass, team colours are worn with pride and for those 90 minutes, friends become enemies.
The A-League begins with a clash of epic proportions. In its third year and only seventh clash, the Melbourne Victory – Melbourne Heart fixture is only one of many highlights in the A-League’s opening round. Continue reading →
In the early hours of wintery July, Australians braved the cold and cheered on their Olympic stars.
In living rooms across the nation, Australians slam-dunked in excitement as the Opals won their fifth straight Olympic medal; hallways became sprint tracks in tribute to golden girls, Anna Meares and Sally Pearson.
But once the green and gold face paint is wiped away, so is Australia’s interest in women’s sport. Continue reading →
What do you do when there is no money? When you need to make do with football’s equivalent of a pittance, while your neighbours are doing belly flop dives into their pool of millions. This is Everton Football Club’s reality.
For 32 years, Australian football fans waited patiently to resume their place with the world’s elite. Five years after the 2006 World Cup and now entering the second stage of 2014 World Cup qualifications, can Australia fight off the Asian … Continue reading →