Clooney and Roberts Reunite in ‘Ticket to Paradise’

By: Russ Matthews

George Clooney and Julia Roberts have been among cinema’s biggest box office drawcards over the past few decades. Read more

The Quiet Girl – Reel Dialogue Movie Review

By: Michael Walsh

The first Irish language feature to compete at Berlin, and winner of seven Irish Film and Television Awards, including Best Film, Colm Bairéad’s adaptation of Claire Keegan’s 2010 short story Foster is one of the first feature-length Irish language films to be produced as part of a program to develop a representation of the language in media. Read more

“It’s a Masterpiece”: A Hopeful Top 10 Christian Book List

By: Michael Crooks

The top honour for SparkLit’s 2022 Australian Christian Book of the Year has gone to a pioneering Australian. Read more

Animation Outstanding in Disney’s New ‘Pinocchio’ with Tom Hanks

By: Reel Dialogue

Pinocchio has been at the heart of our consciences ever since Italian author Carlo Collodi penned the series that would become The Adventures of Pinocchio. Read more

‘Ruby’s Choice’ Gives Hope and Purpose to Families Impacted by Dementia

By: Steff Willis, 96five

In 2022, there are an estimated 487,500 Australians living with dementia* – making new Australian film ‘Ruby’s Choice’ a timely conversation starter, on the impact of dementia on Australian families.

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Sly Stone as the Ageing Hero in ‘Samaritan’ [Movie Review]

By: Reel Dialogue

With all of the superhero options for people to consider, filmmakers are looking for a unique opportunity that will allow them to fly above the rest. Read more

‘The Bear’ One of the Best New Things On TV

By: Nick Long

The Bear is a fantastic series that captures the frenetic life of running a small family restaurant in Chicago. Read more

‘Thirteen Lives’ Celebrates the Power of Collaboration [Movie Review]

By: Michael Walsh

“Last seen nine days ago, twelve boys, and their coach, are trapped in the flooded caves.” Read more

Christian Music Great Toby Mac: Grief and Hope Behind the New Album ‘Life After Death’

By: Laura Bennett

In the face of devastating loss, our belief in the goodness of God can understandably be challenged. We wonder how a good God could allow us to experience such grief or pain, and why our circumstances have unfolded as they have. Read more

How Obedience and the Kindness of God Led to the Solo Album, ‘TAYA’

By: Steff Willis

While most are familiar with Taya’s voice from songs like the multi-platinum Hillsong UNITED track, Oceans (Where Feet May Fail), it’s been a long time since Taya has written her own songs. Read more