Sydney Premier - The Fourth Phase coming soon

Red Bull Media House and Garage Entertainment are excited to announce “The Fourth Phase”, the highly anticipated sequel to “The Art of FLIGHT,” which tells the story of iconic snowboarder Travis Rice’s journey to dreamlike landscapes around the North Pacific, witnessing first-hand the many moods of the North Pacific storm engine.

This emotionally powerful & visually stunning film, presented by Red Bull Media House, has its Australian premiere at The Star Event Centre in Sydney on Tuesday, 13 September with a special guest appearance from Travis Rice. Guests will be given the opportunity to watch the film on the new technically advanced cinema screen and multi-zoned surround sound at The Star before its Australian theatrical release and also given access to an exclusive Q&A after the screening. This one-off premiere event is open to the public to purchase tickets from Ticketek.

Australian cinema audiences will be one of very few audiences around the world to enjoy the incredible 4K visuals and surround sound on the big screen when “The Fourth Phase” hits Event cinemas nationally 15 September, distributed by Garage Entertainment.

In a special, global event “The Fourth Phase” will premiere on Red Bull TV at 9 p.m. AEST on Sunday, October 2. This one-time screening is free and can be viewed on the Red Bull TV website or on the app across multiple devices (smartphones, smart TV). Tune-in parties are popping up worldwide from big venues and snowboard stores, to living rooms and backyards.

“The mechanics of how our winters work have always been intriguing to me,” said Rice. “The journey was created under the premise that to know something and to truly understand something – you have to become it.”

Rice is joined by an innovative, all-star riding crew including Americans Mark Landvik, Eric Jackson, Bryan Iguchi, Pat Moore, Jeremy Jones, Ben Ferguson and Frenchman Victor de Le Rue and Norwegian Mikkel Bang.

“The Fourth Phase” is made possible through the amazing support of film partners including DC, GoPro, Quiksilver, Skullcandy, and Toyota. “The Fourth Phase” is the first sports film to be mastered in Dolby VisionTM and Dolby Atmos® combining these advanced image and sound technologies to deliver a truly spectacular experience.

Check out and follow Red Bull Media House Films on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more glimpses into the “The Fourth Phase

CROWDED HOUSE Return to Sydney to be inducted into the ARIA Hall Of Fame

30 years ago, Crowded House released their self-titled 

debut album and have since… 

🎶  Sold over 30x Platinum Albums (over 2 million sales)   

🎶  Achieved 5 #1 Albums and 17 Top Fifty Singles in


🎶  Won 13 ARIA Awards and have secured 36


🎶  Performed to well over 100,000 fans in 1996 at their 

  ‘Farewell To The World’ concert on the steps of the 

Sydney Opera House  

On November 23, 2016, ARIA will warmly welcome one of Australia’s greatest and most-loved bands into the ARIA Hall Of Fame. We will celebrate Crowded House’s extraordinary career spanning 30 years and 6 studio albums.

It was back in early 1987 when Crowded House won the first ever ARIA Award for Best Video for ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’. They went on to win a further two ARIAs for Best New Talent and Song Of The Year for ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’ at the inaugural ARIA Awards.

13x ARIA Award winners, Crowded House founding members, Neil Finn and Nick Seymour said:

“Since our formation in Melbourne and our first album release in 1986 we have enjoyed a special relationship with Australia, one that has strengthened and endured over the years. We feel truly blessed that our songs have become a valued part of peoples lives across generations. As a result, our affinity with fans and the music community here is unique and one we hold very close. We are delighted and honoured to accept the invitation to be inducted into the ARIA Hall Of Fame.” 

‘Recurring Dream: The Very Best of Crowded House’ topped the Australian (8 weeks), New Zealand (8 weeks) and UK (2 weeks) albums charts and achieved 13x Platinum accreditation in Australia making it the highest selling Australian album of all time by a group.

The Hunger Games: The Exhibition is Coming to Sydney - calling all tributes


First Exhibition at International Convention Centre Sydney Opens December 20

SYDNEY – Based on the blockbuster movie franchise, The Hunger Games: The Exhibition opens 20 December at Sydney’s International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney), with tickets on sale at from 13 September.

The Hunger Games: The Exhibition invites visitors to explore the world of Panem as created in the films. More than one thousand authentic costumes and props, high-tech and hands-on interactive and detailed set recreations reveal the artistry and technology behind the blockbuster films. Visitors follow Katniss Everdeen’s inspirational journey from her humble beginnings to her emergence as the Mockingjay. The exhibition features seven galleries including District 12, Tribute Train, The Capitol, Making the Games, District 13, Fan Gallery and Katniss’s Journey.

“Without a doubt The Hunger Games: The Exhibition will give its Australian fans an experience unlike anything they’ve ever seen before,” says Michael Karagiannis, executive chairman of promoter iLive Entertainment.  


Highlights include iconic costumes from the films including: the Girl on Fire dress; the Mockingjay dress and the Mockingjay armor; key artifacts including the Mockingjay pin, Cinna’s sketchbook and Katniss’s bow; and interactive experiences including an explorable map of Panem, the Gamemaker’s control table and a stunt choreography challenge.


The show opens to the public on 20 December and will run through 4 February.


For tickets: Please visit

Pacific Fair on the Gold Coast opens in Grand Style

Pacific Fair, Queensland’s newest and largest fashion destination, celebrated its official launch as over 600 media, celebrities and VIPs filled the centre to mark the completion of the $670 million redevelopment.

A stunning performance by Queensland National Ballet students, choreographed by internationally acclaimed choreographer Michael Boyd, kicked off official speeches by AMP Capital CEO Adam Tindall and City of Gold Coast Mayor, Tom Tate, and the ribbon cutting by AMP CEO Craig Meller and Mayor Tom Tate.

Media guests, retailers, industry representatives and celebrities were treated to gourmet food stations and a spectacular fireworks display that lit up the centres super-roof, topped off by the release of glitter cannons into the centre.

AMP Capital Shopping Centres Managing Director, Bryan Hynes, said, “Pacific Fair is now the largest shopping centre in Queensland with an unparalleled mix of iconic global luxury brands, international high-street stores, Australian designers and leading leisure and lifestyle retailers.

“Pacific Fair truly does have something for everyone – for those in the market for a touch of luxury there is Bally, CHANEL Fragrance & Beauty, Christian Louboutin, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Tiffany & Co., alongside a strong stable of Australian designers including Alice McCall, AJE, CAMILLA, Carla Zampatti, Dion Lee, Ginger & Smart, Manning Cartell, sass & bide, Scanlan Theodore and Zimmermann.

Australian Fashion Chamber General Manager, Courtney Miller, said, “Pacific Fair has transformed the Gold Coast into a genuine destination for fashion, with some of the best brands from around the world and an outstanding collection of local Australian designers.”

Celebrities including fashion designer Alice McCall, Alison Veness, Buro 24/7 Editor Bec Caratti, Scanlan Theodore designer Garry Scanlan, Harper’s Bazaar Editor Kellie Hush,

Kerrie Hess, GQ publisher Nick Smith, Sally Pearson, The Voice’s Tash Lockhart, and Vogue Australia Editor, Edwina McCann were spotted in the crowd, sipping champagne and taking in the surroundings. The event was hosted by television presenter and Gold Coast resident Natalie Gruzlewski.

Pacific Fair is set to boast over 400 stores, including the highest concentration of luxury and global mega brands in Australia, and a vast collection of first-to-Queensland brands such as Harrolds, SNEAKERBOY and SEPHORA, to name just a few.