Tom Érglis “We cannot return to normal, because the normal that we had was precisely the problem.” – Graffiti in … More
Tom Érglis draws a distinction between capitalism and consumerism, positing that the modern world has lost its character.
The Queenslander publishes three responses to Australia’s growing anti-intellectualism as represented by the cult of self-proclaimed millionaire Jack Bloomfield
Tom Harrison responds to Liam Riordan’s ‘In Defence of Hollywood Cinema’
Spiridon Raikos considers the enormous role chance has in the development of nations, through the example of Alexander’s generals
Peter Calos discusses the increasing commercialisation of Brisbane’s Paniyiri Festival
Tim Page reviews Lee Chang-Dong’s ”Burning,” a masterpiece of contemporary world cinema