Today we review a two hour window into the world of a small Mexico City neighbourhood in the 1970s.
Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma is a semi-autobiographical look at what life was like in the area he grew up in. Specifically for Cleo, a young indigenou
Hosted by Dom Hennequin.
This week, we focus on Best Picture, Director, Actor, and Actress, leading and supporting, as well as a sprinkle of other category mentions, and try and predict who’ll be nominated, and indeed, who’ll win at this year’
In this episode, I talk to my Cinema Crowd, Matthew Cox and Chris Weinberg about Damien Chazelle's First Man, and Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman. We discuss their Oscar prospects, and the different things they're trying to say in this political mom
This week on the podcast we discuss the same sex marriage plebiscite, Malcolm Turnbull's future as prime minister, innovation in Australia and Donald Trump with Evan Mulholland from the Institute of Public Affairs.
Twitter is apparently for sale with suitors as diverse as Google, Salesforce and Disney sniffing out its potential for acquisition. This episode entrepreneur Hugh Stephens - found of the Dialogue Group and inventor of Schedugram - joins Dom to
Melbourne filmmaker and friend Josh Janssen joins Dom to talk about his career which includes working for Austereo Network, Envato and now his own company Full Stack Films.
You can find Full Stack Films at fullstackfilms.com.au and find Josh
Today on the show, why Apple can't innovate.
Plus, award-winning journalist Josh Taylor from Crikey.com.au. We’ll be talking politics including the Turnbull government’s current woes and “The Road to Ruin” the book by Nikki Savva about Tony
This episode’s guest is journalist Jeremy Story Carter. Jeremy previously worked as a regional reporter for the ABC in Bunbury, Western Australia, and he’s now based in Melbourne working for Radio National where he recently completed an Austral
This episode I talk to Political Editor for Buzzfeed Australia, Mark Di Stefano. Mark started his career at the ABC making tea for newsreader Juanita Phillips, eventually going on to become its Darwin Correspondent. In his time at Buzzfeed he's
Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet: a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money with no government, company, or bank in charge it.
Coinjar markets itself as the easiest way to buy and sell your Bitcoin, and believe it or not, bu
This episode I’m talking to the founders of co-living startup Base, Al Jeffrey who’s 21, and Simon Harman who’s only 19 years.
These two are in the process of acquiring a space in Melbourne that 16 carefully selected young people who are entre
In this interview Social Media Entrepreneur, Hugh Stephens joins me to talk about how he moved from studying medicine to going full-time into social and digital media consulting, we go deep into the weeds of social media discussing online adver
This episode, Dom sits down with actor Josh Robson who is currently touring with the cast of the Australian cast of Les Miserables. Previously he featured in the world premier of King Kong the musical, and in 2014 he won theRob Guest Endowment
On this episode of Boyish, Dom speaks to community youth worker, greens politician, standup comedian, and reality TV contestant, Mohammed El-Leissey. Mo talks about how his career got started, the time had to decide between running as a Greens
Musician James Seymour, the man behind the solo project Feelds and lead singer of Swim Season sits down with Dom to talk the pros and cons of working solo vs working with a band, writing music for films and commercials, his go to pair of shoes,
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