Rochelle Siemienowicz

Rochelle Siemienowicz is a journalist for Screenhub. She is a writer, film critic and cultural commentator with a PhD in Australian cinema. She was the co-host of Australia's longest-running film podcast 'Hell is for Hyphenates' and has written a memoir, Fallen, published by Affirm Press. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram

Rochelle's Latest Articles

Nicole Chamoun and Thomas Jane in Troppo, on ABC and iview from 27 Feb.
Evergreen

Australian TV drama in 2022: most anticipated

From Heartbreak High on Netflix, to The Twelve on Foxtel, The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart on Amazon, and Troppo…

ABC logo on building, Melbourne.
News

$4.2 billion funding win for ABC and SBS but streaming reforms disappoint

More money for public broadcasters is good, but a 5% local quota for streaming services fails to impress.

key art from SHADOW film, credit Tao Weis
News

Back to Back's 'Shadow' and six other Australian films at SXSW

‘Shadow’, a film made collaboratively by people with disabilities, will have its world premiere at South by Southwest, along with…

Huge Film's Greg McLean, Patrick Hughes and James Beaufort
News

'Huge Film' sets up shop in Melbourne

Hollywood action director Patrick Hughes sets up home venture for big budget action projects, with filmmaker Greg McLean and writer…

Renate Reinsve in The Worst Person in the World.
Opinions & Analysis

Best, Worst and Most Bizarre film and TV of 2021, according to our critics

Highlights and lowlights from ScreenHub reviewers Mel Campbell, Anthony Morris, Glenn Dunks, Guy Davis and Chris Boyd. From The Worst…

Adrian Grenier in Clickbait via Netflix
Features

What's it like to write Clickbait? Christian White knows

The bestselling writer says anxiety about showing his work to the world never stops, but the thrill of writing drives…

News

Golden Globes 2022: Australian hopes

Sarah Snook, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Nicole Kidman and Tony McNamara are among the Australian nominees for the 79th Golden Globes Awards.

Rowan Woods, President of the Australian Director's Guild
News

Rowan Woods elected new President of Australian Director's Guild

Rowan Woods, one of our most experienced film and TV directors, steps into the ADG presidency as Samantha Lang steps…

Noomi Rapace in You Won't Be Alone
News

Australian films at Sundance: 'You Won't Be Alone', 'Gondwana' & 'Shark'

Sundance 2022 will see two important Australian projects, a Serbian-shot supernatural horror film with international cast, and a durational VR…

Shane Warne
News

First Look at new Shane Warne documentary

The trailer for 'Shane' has dropped in time for cricket season. It promises a candid but complimentary view of Australia's…

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