TranZfusion Lifestyle Archive
Pool.org.au is about to launch, a site where anyone can upload and publish material - or remix some of what is there already. John Jacobs (Video Subvertigo, Indymedia, ABC's Night Air) was happy to be interviewed about the site's aims.
3D's Darryn King reviews the Sydney Theatre Company production of Gallipoli. Directed by Nigel Jamieson, it features a 40-strong ensemble and incorporates aerial performance, poetry, tap-dancing, original archive footage, choirs that spontaneously burst into song, and even a touch of burlesque.
Darryn King picks the brains of Andrew Stanton, writer-director of this year's Pixar sensation Wall-E; which is already being heralded as not only the studio's finest effort, but one of the year's best films period.
3D's Darryn King speaks with Ian Lawson, director of La Boite Theatre Company's latest production, The Narcissist - delivering bad behaviour, foul language and a healthy dollop of cynicism about our age of self-obsession.
3D's Anita Connors talked to director Mark Hartley, whose 'Ozploitation' documentary Not Quite Hollywood is not only the best Aussie film of the year, but also the most surprising.
3D's Franky Moops get to grips with Hellboy: Science Of Evil, the new film tie-in out on Xbox 360 and PS3.
3D's Daniel Pearse lays the smackdown on Facebreaker, EA's new ridiculously challenging beat-em-up out on Xbox 360 and PS3.
3D's Alyx Gorman presents the latest news in the world of fashion, interviews Sanna designer Raimonda, weighs up the new Mossimo SS09 campaign and clues you in to the places to be seen around town this week.
On the eve of the release of Babylon AD, 3D’s Gaynor Flynn speaks to actress/stunt woman Michelle Yeoh about working with Vin Diesel, turning 46, and what the future holds.
3D's Daniel Pearse reviews new Xbox 360 RPG Infinite Undiscovery, out to buy now.
3D's Alyx Gorman presents the latest news from the fashion world, interviews Rag Trade Jobs' Natasha, and gives you the rundown on the events to be seen at this week.
Some know him as George McFly from Back to the Future. Others know him as the ‘creepy thin man’ in Charlie’s Angels. However, there’s a lot more depth to Crispin Glover than what you’ve experienced in the mainstream media, as 3D’s Daniel Crichton-Rouse discovers.
3D's Daniel Pearse reviews the highly anticipated Too Human, and decides if it was worth all the hype.
3D's Daniel Pearse investigates the newest FIFA license FIFA 09, and tries to ascertain if the franchise finally has the beating of Pro Evolution Soccer.
3D's Alyx Gorman presents the latest news from the fashion world, what not to wear, the parties to attend around town and investigates just what it means to be an 'It Girl.'
3D's Alyx Gorman rounds up the latest fashion news, events and talks to MINKPINK designer Jodie McKenzie, while Ingrid Kesa clues you into why Michi Girl should be your new best friend.
3D talks to Jeff Bridges, starring as Sharps Magazine editor Clayton Harding in the upcoming comedy How To Lose Friends and Alienate People, alongside Simon Pegg, Kirsten Dunst and Megan Foxx.
3D's Daniel Pearse investigates EA's latest basketball effort, NBA Live 09, to see whether it draws a foul or slams a dunk.
3D's Alyx Gorman presents the latest global fashion news, interviews Le Specs designer Hamish Tame and clues you into the latest events around town.
With Halloween approaching, 3D's Tristan Burke takes cinematic journey through the terrifying, the bizarre and the just plan wrong. We have such sights to show you, so take a deep breath, our hand, and remember: it’s not fine to dislike horror movies; it’s weak.
3D's Alyx Gorman strolls through this week's latest fashion rumblings, events and asks a rather unusual guest her top tips for enduring stormy weather.
With the Russian Resurrection: 2008 Russian Film Festival opening this weekend, 3D’s Anita Connors pops the lid on a bottle of vodka and runs you through the festival programme.
3D's Vincent Black Shadow goes behind enemy lines and reviews Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway, available now on Xbox 360 and PC.
3D's Daniel Pearse gets some court time and reviews 2K Games' latest basketball sim, NBA 2K9 - does the franchise still take its competitors to the hole-
Gordon Ramsey may be wonderfully foul-mouthed fun on TV, but does that translate to a gaming environment with Hell's Kitchen: The Game- 3D's Jake found out.
3D's Alyx Gorman guides you through the latest summer bargains, interviews Sydney based designer sisters Melinda and Narina and what's hot and happening around town this week.
Rocknrolla is a brilliant return to form for Guy Ritchie. 3D’s Gaynor Flynn caught up with the British director at the recent Toronto International Film Festival.
Do you like girls with bangs, Arrested Development and Barack Obama- How about Wes Anderson movies, bottled water and standing still at concerts- If so, Christian Lander has you pegged. 3D’s Darryn King spoke to the blogger behind the ridiculously successful (and acutely perceptive) Stuff White People Like blog.
3D's Franky Moops gets scared out of his pants reviewing EA's new sci-fi terrorthon, Dead Space, out now on Xbox 360, PS3 and Windows.
3D's Huwston puts the pedal to the metal and takes Rockstar's Midnight Club LA out for a spin.
3d's Alyx Gorman presents the latest fashion news from around the globe, the do's and don'ts to keep in mind for the forthcoming summer and the places to be seen around town this week.
Karen Allen returned this year as the only girl who meant anything to intrepid archaeologist Indiana Jones. 3D’s Darryn King spoke to her during her visit to Sydney.
In his latest film, The Wackness, Sir Ben Kingsley plays a dope-smoking psychiatrist who gives out his sagely advice in exchange for drugs. 3D’s Gaynor Flynn had the pleasure of sitting down with Sir Ben at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
3D’s Darryn King spoke to Ryan Johnson, one fifth of the quintet of successful, acid-tongued, sexually competitive 20-somethings blitzing the stage in Nina Raine’s Rabbit, directed by Brendan Cowell.
3D's Alyx Gorman and Ingrid Kesa take another leap into the latest fashion news and events from across the globe.
3D's Daniel Crichton-Rouse dons his shin pads and boots and takes to the field to play Pro Evolution Soccer 2009. Does it have the beating of FIFA-
The latest fashion news and events from 3D's Alyx Gorman.
3D's Franky Moops wields superior firepower and reviews Xbox 360 juggernaut Gears Of War 2.
With Possible Worlds: 3rd Canadian Film Festival opening this weekend, 3D’s Daniel Crichton-Rouse spoke with festival director and genuine cinephile Mathieu Ravier.
Nicole da Silva has appeared on television’s Rush, All Saints and East West 101, but she also finds the time to return to the stage. We talked to her about Queen C, a Finnish fairytale of a play having its Australian premiere at the Belvoir.
Like many young people, Laura in Richard Bean’s play The God Botherers thinks she can save the world, so she heads off to poverty-stricken Tambia with the best of intentions… 3D’s Darryn King spoke to actress Kimesia Hartz about the last play in the Darlinghurst Theatre 2008 season.
3D's Alyx Gorman walks you through the latest news and styles to have you feeling like a premier fashionista.
3D's Alyx Gorman presents the latest fashion news, and profiles the Tafe Dylon Colour Award.
3D's Alyx Gorman looks at the latest news from the world of fashion, and profiles General Pants' flagship store in Melbourne.
Following the incredible success of The Office and Extras, 3D’s Darryn King takes a look at Ricky Gervais ahead of his first starring role in a feature film, Ghost Town.
Performers Susan Prior and Melissa Madden Gray (better known as Meow Meow) will be seducing audiences this month in Venus and Adonis. 3D’s Darryn King spoke to director Marion Potts about blending Shakespeare and cabaret.
The first production of the Sydney Theatre Company’s 2009 season is David Williamson’s iconic play, The Removalists, a grisly story about the inner workings of the Australian police force. 3D’s Darryn King spoke to Dale March, who plays rookie cop Constable Ross on his first terrible day on the job.
3D's Daniel Pearse works up a sweat with WWE Smackdown vs Raw on the Xbox 360. Will he come out alive-
3D's Daniel Pearse tries his best to contain his enthusiasm as he gets to grips with the awesomeness that is Capcom's Street Fighter IV.
Director David Field spoke to 3D’s Scott Henderson about his directorial debut The Combination, a new Australian film exploring gang violence in Sydney’s Western suburbs…
20 years in the making, Watchmen is finally nearly upon us. 3D’s Scott Henderson met director Zach Snyder and members of the cast to find out what it was like making the Citizen Kane of graphic novels…
Now playing at the Belvoir St theatre is Baghdad Wedding, the debut from Iraqi playwright Hassan Abdulrazzak that explores war-torn Iraq from a very different perspective. 3D’s Darryn King spoke to actor Ben Winspear about fear and loathing in Baghdad.
3D's Alyx Gorman and Ingrid Kesa examine the latest fashion news and trends at home and abroad.
3D's Alyx Gorman compiles the latest news and considers the latest in global fashion.
3D's Alyx Gorman and Ingrid Kesa explore the latest fashion news, as well as what's hot and what's not in the industry.
3D's Alyx Gorman presents the latest fashion news, while Ingrid Kesa continues her 'hot and not' style rundown.
3D's Alyx Gorman rounds up the fashion news, interviews Dressed Up founder Serena Ross and profiles NY street artist Poster Boy.
3D's Alyx Gorman throws herself into the latest fashion news, while Ingrid Kesa suggests the ultimate valentine's day gifts for your special someone.
3D's Alyx Gorman trawls through the fashion goings on around the world, profiles jewellery design Matt Weston and rounds up the best of Mambo's Good Vibes merch.
3D's Alyx Gorman rounds up the latest fashion news while exercising impressive restraint as she embarks on eatfitfood.com's detox diet.
3D's Alyx Gorman weighs up the merits of a curvy figure, profiles Arnette eyewear and offers the latest events to be seen at around town.
3D's Vincent Black Shadow packs some heat and reviews Fiddy's video game actioner 50 Cent: Blood On The Sand.
On the eve of the 2009 Alliance Francaise French Film Festival, 3D’s Daniel Crichton-Rouse chronologically takes you through the ten best examples of French cinema this decade – hire these babies and whet your appetite for this year’s programme.
3D’s Darryn King spoke to Flight of the Conchords' Rhys Darby, ahead of his stand-up tour of Australia.
3D's Alyx Gorman rounds up thre news, events and gives you the lowdown on fashions you should dare to wear.
3D's Alyx Gorman looks at the latest fashion news and the latest must-haves to emerge from Swin Fashion Week.
Griffin Theatre Company is doing its part for our global culture, bringing a whole season of plays from around the world to Sydney audiences in 2009. The first is Tattoo by German playwright Dea Loher; 3D’s Darryn King spoke to director Rochelle Whyte.
A battle of wits, life after the war and Jessica Biel making her musical debut, Easy Virtue isn’t your ordinary period piece. 3D’s Anita Connors caught up with Aussie director Stephan Elliott to hear about life after Priscilla and the Noel Coward play that marks his comeback.
Eight years after his directorial debut with Pollack, Ed Harris (The Truman Show, A History Of Violence) returns, both behind the camera and in front, with his western saga, Appaloosa. 3D’s Gaynor Flynn caught up to discuss directing, westerns and starring alongside Viggo Mortenson for the second time.
3D's Peita Waide basks in the glory of Opera Australia's production of Madama Butterfly.
That great training ground for new Australian stand-up comedy talent, The Raw Comedy Comp, is drawing to a close. 3D’s Darryn King spoke to competition producer Toby Sullivan about life in the raw.
Australian playwright Ross Mueller last befuddled and bedazzled Sydney audiences with the fractured and disorienting Construction Of The Human Heart. 3D’s Darryn King got him talking about his latest fractured, disorienting and disgusting play, Concussion, happening over at Wharf2.
3D’s Darryn King spoke to in-demand actor Toby Schmitz – known in some circles as The Schmitz – about meeting his match in Tom Stoppard’s Travesties, currently performing at the Sydney Opera House Drama Theatre.
3D's Daniel Pearse gets chewed on by House Of The Dead Overkill, the new Wii-exclusive zombie blaster.
3D's Alyx Gorman talks up the latest fashion news, designers and events around town this week.
3D’s Darryn King with the seizure-inducing best from Australia’s anime scene.
She might be in line to be Australia’s next big thing in Hollywood, but Emily Browning is in no rush to chase her own LA story, as the diminutive actress tells 3D’s Scott Henderson.
Stand-up comedian and TV star Lawrence Leung has been the butt of his own jokes for a while now. 3D’s Darryn King spoke to Leung ahead of his ABC series Lawrence Leung’s Choose Your Own Adventure.
3D's Alyx Gorman gets into the thick of this week's fashion news both home and away.
3D's Alyx Gorman and Ingrid Kesa consider the latest worldwide fasion developments, local events, and latest New York looks.
3D's Franky Moops goes hunting some zombies in Capcom's latest instalment of their succesful franchise, Resident Evil 5.
3D's Alyx Gorman rounds up the fashion news and considers the latest trends, while Ingrid Kesa finds out more about Vans' eco-friendly range.
Australian stand-up ex-pat Brendon Burns once had monoped Adam Hills remove his artificial right foot – and proceeded to ‘blow’ the stump, live on stage. All par for the course for Burns, who has put out a new DVD of his edgy, provocative comedy – So I Suppose This Is Offensive Now! He spoke to 3D’s Darryn King.
Writer, actor, producer and Vanity Fair cover star Seth Rogen was in Sydney last month, talking about lending his voice to a dollop of blue goo in the new animated movie Monsters vs Aliens. He spoke to 3D’s Darryn King.
3D’s Nina Bertok explores the fantastical, if fragmented mind of Metric frontwoman Emily Haines, whose forth full-length is out now.
3D’s Cyclone speaks to techno/house producer Stacey Pullen about the difficulties of releasing his music, new recordings and what he’ll be playing in Australia.