By Sarah Smit Tim Thomas has had many titles in his life; full time student at Murdoch, part time minion at Stefen’s Books, and curator of an extensive collection of waistcoats. Currently he’s a Murdoch graduate and the owner of Dymocks Subiaco. Metior caught up with Tim to discuss his most miraculous achievement; working in his field after graduating. … Continue reading Diary of an Overacheiver
By Sarah Smit Nicholas Tan is an award-winning writer and recently premiered his new play, Five, Six at Studio 411 for the Fringe Festival. METIOR caught up with him to discuss his directoral debut and indie theatre in Perth. This is your first time directing, right? That's correct. I did some assistant directing 3 years… Continue reading ‘Speaking of….’ A Chat with Nicholas Tan
By Michael Wood Earlier this month the METIOR team had the privilege of attending a preview performance of Nicholas Tan’s upcoming Fringe Festival show Five, Six here at Murdoch’s own Studio 411. Adapted from an award winning ten-minute piece, which Tan wrote but did not direct, the feature-length incarnation of the story marks Tan’s directorial… Continue reading [Review] Five, Six by Nicholas Tan
By Raviv Mezhubovski Meal Tickets is a documentary directed by Mat de Koning which explores the journey of a Western Australian rock band called Screwtop Detonators and later on another band called Will Stoker & The Embers, both whom are trying to break into the music industry. It shows the trials, adventures, struggles and difficulties… Continue reading [Review] Meal Tickets
Perth bringing the heat!
"I found when I was doing sport I just focused on what was in front of me instead of worrying about people or other things in my life."
Life is unpredictable and everyone has their own problems to solve. Lazy Bones is an Australian film directed by Michael Jones. Lazy Bones explores the life of main-character Ben who is an aspiring stand-up comedian and also works as an Uber driver. The thing I liked about this film is the relatability and authenticity of… Continue reading Raviv’s Revelation Review 2017: Lazybones
Dogs are a man’s best friend. And a woman’s best friend. This film follows the journey of director Gillian Leahy, as she faces many adversities throughout her life. The film explores and reflects Leahy's relationships Leahy shares with her present and past, four legged friends. I like how the film explores the intimate relationship between Leahy… Continue reading Raviv’s Revelation Review 2017: Baxter and Me
James Bond is one of the most iconic characters in the world of literature and pop culture. Originally being a series of books written by Ian Fleming, it has turned into a series of films where many actors play the role of Bond. One of those actors is an Australian model called George Lazenby. This… Continue reading Raviv’s Revelation Reviews 2017: Becoming Bond