Glennys Marsdon
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Most kids grow out of asking ‘but why’, Glennys didn’t. So she trained as a psychologist and established The Customers’ Voice, consumer psychology consultancy in 2000, where she researches why we do what we do. After losing her partner in 2005 she understood the importance of making the most out of life, and began The Ponder Room blog, to help people do just that. By ‘having a go’ she now has a monthly column in a magazine, three non-fiction books published, been nominated for a Telstra Business Women’s Award, and profiled by US internet guru Seth Godin in a worldwide competition about people making a difference. She firmly believes in living a positive life and following your passion.

World Launch FourbyFour VR Short Films at XR:WA Expo

While Covid was busy ravaging the Arts industry, a dancer, a composer, a choreographer and a VR film director walked into an iconic Western Australian building. Repeated four times, this unique collaboration resulted in four, four minute 360 degree Virtual…

Movie Review: Misbehaviour

The movie Misbehaviour takes a fascinating look behind the scenes at the 1970 Miss World competition, during a time of immense social change. The movie is a must for any little girl (or boy) to see.

Movie Review: A Gift From Bob

“Don’t let the future be weighed down by the past.”

12 Tips FRINGE WORLD Festival 2021

12 tips to help you get the most out of FRINGE 2021

23 Reasons to check out the 23rd Revelation Film Festival

I’m happy to report that the annual Revelation Perth International Film Festival has survived the virus to celebrate its 23rd year. This year over 30 features, documentaries and short films by independent filmmakers from 21 countries, will run from December…

Rooftop Movies 2020-2021 Season Open For Business

One of the very best ways to spend an summers evening in Perth, is at the Rooftop Movies. Lazing in a bean bag with a belly full of freshly cooked pizza and a wine in hand, you can easily get…

British Film Festival 2020: 11 Tips

While London goes back into lock down, we can help support their arts by attending this years British Film Festival. It’s the least we can do. Featuring 22 films the program has a strong focus on females both on and…

Movie Review: The Mystery of Henri Pick

A movie about a found manuscript. By now I thought I’d seen every movie permutation about writing a book, evidently not. The Mystery of Henri Pick movie provides a new mystery angle. A delightful ‘who done it’ or ‘who didn’t do it’…

Movie Review: Honest Thief

When your Friday morning starts off sitting in a huge V Max cinema with about 20 other people reviewing a Liam Neeson movie, life’s pretty good. The Honest Thief is the latest Neeson blockbuster. Robberies, fast cars, shoot outs, it didn’t disappoint.

Movie Review: Baby Done

A review of latest Kiwi comedy, Baby Done.