Q&A: Nicchia Schutt, Beck Buckingham, and Lauren Randall of “Me, Myself & I”

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Bris Funny Fest is well underway, and with several brilliant female comedians performing in venues all over the city, there’s no reason to miss out.
 
We caught up with Nicchia Schutt, Beck Buckingham, and Lauren Randall ahead of their show, Me, Myself & I, at Heya Bar this Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th of August.

Ray’s Reviews – The Diary of a Teenage Girl

As part of our Screen Queens initiative (all about feminist + queer film discussion) we put on regular movie nights and run a great podcast. Recently we received some funding from Brisbane Pride Festival’s Kal Collins Memorial Fund which has … Continued

Q&A: Stephanie Tisdell and Ting Lim

Brisbane Funny Fest is well underway, and with several brilliant female comedians performing in venues all over the city, there’s no reason to miss out. Hot Chicks with Big Brains caught up with two of those brilliant comedians, Stephanie Tisdell and Ting Lim, ahead of their upcoming show, Token Ethnics.

Q&A: Ebony Nave and Amy Ingram of La Boite’s Blackrock

Hot Chicks with Big Brains are incredibly excited to be partnering with La Boîte Theatre Company for the duration of their 2017 season. This year’s performances promise to be as engaging as they are diverse, with a whole bunch of incredible women helping to ensure their success.

HCwBB Presents: Bonnie Hislop

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HCwBB Presents is a monthly feature that aims to provide us with more information about the women who inspire us and their work. Each long form piece will focus on one woman and her career within her chosen field. It will not only showcase the existing work of the individual, but also delve further into their methods, mediums, and motives.

This month, we’re in conversation with Brisbane-based creative and ceramicist, Bonnie Hislop.

Meet Ray – our new Screen Queens movie reviewer

We are really excited and proud to be working with Open Doors for the rest of the year to improve accessibility and awareness of our Screen Queens program. Thanks to Brisbane Pride Festival‘s support under the Kal Collins Memorial Fund we … Continued

Screen Queens reviews the QFF

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At a time when mainstream cinema is increasingly bland and repetitive, a film festival is more important than ever. David Stratton commended the inaugural Queensland Film Festival (2015) to Brisbane with those words. Two years later, they still apply: sadly, … Continued

Q&A: Jamila Rizvi

On Wednesday 2nd August, Jamila Rizvi will be in conversation with Rebecca Levingston at Brisbane Powerhouse discussing all things women in work, and guess what?! As well as having this Q&A with Jamila ourselves in the lead up to the event, we’ve got … Continued

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