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With a lifelong fascination for film and TV, Charlie studied at Charles Sturt University and completed a Bachelor of Arts (Television Production) before beginning a career at Channel Nine, where he worked as a producer for ten years. He is currently employed with Sunday Night on the Seven Network, and runs the production company, Midnight Productions.

TOP 3 ARTISTS: Sufjan Stevens, fun., Sarah Blasko
TOP 3 MOVIES: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Almost Famous, Donnie Darko
BEST CONCERT: Sufjan Stevens at the Sydney Opera House - 2011 (twice)
FIRST MEMORY OF A FILM: Either watching Milo and Otis or ET at a friend's house.

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Lockdown and Catch Up - The best queer films streaming right now
LOCKDOWN AND CATCH UPThe best queer films streaming right now
We all need a little more love right now - so the SWITCH team has explored the best of same-sex cinema to brighten up your day!
Lockdown and Catch Up - The best horror films streaming right now
LOCKDOWN AND CATCH UPThe best horror films streaming right now
Horror films have the ability to hold a mirror up to society while scaring the heck out of you. The SWITCH team has compiled their favourite scary movies streaming right now, so enter if you dare!
Lockdown and Catch Up - The best drama films streaming right now
LOCKDOWN AND CATCH UPThe best drama films streaming right now
If you're looking for a touch of drama, we have you covered! The SWITCH team laughed and cried their way through the best on streaming services to put together this list of unmissable drama movies.
Lockdown and Catch Up - The best action films streaming right now
LOCKDOWN AND CATCH UPThe best action films streaming right now
The best way to take your mind of the world outside is a great action film - and the SWITCH team has fought tooth and nail to take out the top titles in the genre!
Lockdown and Catch Up - The best family films streaming right now
LOCKDOWN AND CATCH UPThe best family films streaming right now
It's the perfect time to spend some quality time with your family - so settle in with these movies that are sure to entertain the young and the young at heart!
Lockdown and Catch Up - The best comedy films streaming right now
LOCKDOWN AND CATCH UPThe best comedy films streaming right now
So you're stuck at home with nothing to do. What better opportunity to catch up on some must-see streaming entertainment? They say laughter is the best medicine, so we're starting with comedy movies!
Melbourne Queer Film Festival 2020 - The reviews
MELBOURNE QUEER FILM FESTIVAL 2020The reviews
Celebrating the 30th year of the MQFF, the SWITCH team have put together their top films from this year's festival line-up.
Alliance Française French Film Festival 2020 - The reviews
ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2020The reviews
The Alliance Française French Film Festival is returning for another incredible season, and the SWITCH team have collected their reviews from the festival in one convenient location.
Downhill - A slippery slope for Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell
DOWNHILLA slippery slope for Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell
Altogether forgettable, it's an avalanche of its own - starting off a little rocky, it accelerates towards its destination wiping out everything in its path, whitewashing what was there beforehand.
Fantastic Film Festival Australia 2020 - The reviews
FANTASTIC FILM FESTIVAL AUSTRALIA 2020The reviews
Dystopian zombie mutants, reality-bending psychological terror, dreamlike animations, and a healthy dose of gore - check out SWITCH's reviews from this year's Fantastic Film Festival Australia.
Academy Awards 2020 - And the nominees are...
ACADEMY AWARDS 2020And the nominees are...
Find out who's in the running for this year's Oscars!
Perth Festival 2020 - The reviews
PERTH FESTIVAL 2020The reviews
The Perth Festival is the perfect opportunity for cinephiles to check out the best new films before they hit cinemas! The SWITCH team has checked out their top picks of the competition.
The Best of the Decade - Celebrating the top films from 2010 to 2019
THE BEST OF THE DECADECelebrating the top films from 2010 to 2019
It's a challenge to choose just five movies to represent the past 10 years of cinema - but the SWITCH team have put together their top five films from the previous decade.
The Best of 2019 - Our top five films of the year
THE BEST OF 2019Our top five films of the year
2019 has been a bit of a mystery for movie lovers - but amidst a lot of disappointments have been some true gems. We share our top five films - with controversial choices aplenty.
Boxing Day Movies 2019 - The year's biggest films bursting onto cinema screens
BOXING DAY MOVIES 2019The year's biggest films bursting onto cinema screens
Take a look through our collection of Boxing Day films, and let us know if you agree with our reviews of these highly-anticipated movies.
1917 - Sam Mendes' personal war story
1917Sam Mendes' personal war story
A brilliant piece of art, and clearly a personal project for Sam Mendes. It's sure to entertain audiences and garner respect from critics for its execution.
Knives Out - A whodunnit worthy of Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot
KNIVES OUTA whodunnit worthy of Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot
Mystery fans rejoice: this is an impeccable cinematic achievement, laced with sardonic wit, division and conflict, and of course a perplexing puzzle. This is easily one of the most fun films of 2019.
Jewish International Film Festival 2019 - The reviews
JEWISH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2019The reviews
SWITCH has explored this year's Jewish International Film Festival program to bring you the best films from the festival!
Ford v Ferrari - A racing biopic that's right on track
FORD v FERRARIA racing biopic that's right on track
An impressive biopic that rarely strays from its path. A melding of entertainment and creativity, this should be considered both a commercial and critical success.
Monster Fest 2019 - The reviews
MONSTER FEST 2019The reviews
The SWITCH team has gathered together the best of the best of this year's Monster Fest and collected them together in one convenient place.
Happy Halloween - The best horror films of 2019
HAPPY HALLOWEENThe best horror films of 2019
Halloween is the time of year when all of the ghouls, goblins and gremlins come out to play. SWITCH has compiled our best horror film reviews from the year, so see if something surprises you!
Zombieland: Double Tap - The gang's back for a brainless zombie comedy sequel
ZOMBIELAND: DOUBLE TAPThe gang's back for a brainless zombie comedy sequel
It’s easy to see ‘Double Tap’ is designed for fans of the original. Even with its flaws, the sequel doesn’t overstay its welcome, and remains a solid piece of popcorn entertainment.
Brisbane International Film Festival 2019 - The Reviews
BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2019The Reviews
BIFF showcases a huge selection of films ahead of their theatrical releases - so check out the reviews from the SWITCH team, and check back throughout the festival as we add even more!
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark - A harmless tale that won't haunt you
SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARKA harmless tale that won't haunt you
There’s just enough scares to appeal to the under-15s with disposable income, but very little for anyone else looking to get into the real Halloween spirit.
Ad Astra - A luscious and meticulous space drama
AD ASTRAA luscious and meticulous space drama
This is about as art house as Hollywood cinema gets. While a journey to the outer realms of our solar system, ‘Ad Astra’ is also an exploration of the human heart.
Sydney Underground Film Festival 2019 - The reviews
SYDNEY UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL 2019The reviews
SWITCH has scoured the films showing at this year's SUFF and brought you the biggest and best offerings in their reviews. Check back as the festival continues for fresh titles!
Tone-Deaf - A horror in its execution only
TONE-DEAFA horror in its execution only
A pointless, dull, drawn-out attempt at horror. The only reason it’ll leave you screaming is out of boredom.
Darwin International Film Festival 2019 - The Reviews
DARWIN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2019The Reviews
With DIFF enter­ing its 10th edi­tion, the SWITCH team has checked out the best of this year's festival!
Bangla - A truly beautiful mess
BANGLAA truly beautiful mess
An impressive feature debut that offers a multicultural romance with a wonderfully tongue-in-cheek sense of humour. It’s the perfect film for a light, fluffy evening at the cinema.
Korean Film Festival in Australia 2019 - The reviews
KOREAN FILM FESTIVAL IN AUSTRALIA 2019The reviews
The Korean Film Festival in Australia returns in 2019 a line-up of exquisite new Korean films. The SWITCH team has checked out the best of the festival, so take a look through our reviews.
Melbourne International Film Festival 2019 - The reviews
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2019The reviews
The SWITCH team has sat down to check out the best of the best of the Melbourne International Film Festival to make sure you catch the best films in this whirlwind two weeks.
Melbourne Documentary Film Festival 2019 - The reviews
MELBOURNE DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL 2019The reviews
The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival is back for another year, running from the 19th to the 30th July 2019. Check out our reviews for the highlights from this year's line-up.
Revelation Perth International Film Festival - The reviews
REVELATION PERTH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVALThe reviews
The 2019 Revelation Perth International Film Festival is jam-packed full of Aussie exclusives, indie offerings and first-run films. Jump into our reviews below to explore the line-up.
Melbourne International Film Festival 2019 - The line-up
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2019The line-up
With the 2019 Melbourne International Film Festival just weeks away, the line-up announcement brought an exciting collection of debuts, Aussie features and thrilling documentaries. So what's on offer?
The Dead Don't Die - A zombie comedy that's anything but grave
THE DEAD DON'T DIEA zombie comedy that's anything but grave
A luxuriously paced, wittily gory zombie comedy, it’s part social commentary, part homage to cinema, and all ridiculous. You’d be dead right to want to check it out.
Hail Satan? - A hell of a fascinating documentary
HAIL SATAN?A hell of a fascinating documentary
This is an unconventional community battling conformity and demanding separation of church and state. Set aside your preconceived notions of Satanism - it's a hell of an eye-opening experience.
Judy & Punch - A dark fairytale from a fresh Australian voice
JUDY & PUNCHA dark fairytale from a fresh Australian voice
Part fairytale and part black comedy, the film is a period story with a message that’s vital to current society. Writer and director Mirrah Foulkes is an exciting young Australian storyteller.
Saturday Afternoon - A shocking and abrasive assessment of terrorism
SATURDAY AFTERNOONA shocking and abrasive assessment of terrorism
A shocking and abrasive assessment of terrorism, and will be especially confronting to Western audiences.
Alpha: The Right to Kill - A gritty, vividly realistic glimpse at Philippine's
ALPHA: THE RIGHT TO KILLA gritty, vividly realistic glimpse at Philippine's "war on drugs"
Brillante Mendoza shines a light on Philippines' current problem. It's clear he doesn't believe thousands of deaths will change the situation. One of the most important films you could now take in.
Retrospekt - An idiosyncratic thriller with powerful substance
RETROSPEKTAn idiosyncratic thriller with powerful substance
Mystery hangs in the air for the duration of ‘Retrospekt’. It’s by no means an easy watch, but it’s a film with a lot to say and a creative way of saying it.
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