Coming of Age | Third Space
Time will tell, time will tell

The transition from innocence to the realities of life while not losing sight of your dreams and aspirations is a difficult journey. Tumultuous pasts, wild dreams, self discovery, and uncertain futures are all a part of this rite of passage of growing up. Each person’s story will vary based on circumstances, family, the era that it occurs in and much more. This collection uses various film reviews and articles to explore the manner in which people journey from innocence to maturity.

Recent resources

Russ Matthews | 13 May 2020
Looking at the archetypes of film in comparison to Jesus and men
Angela Cook | 13 Oct 2019
In world that loves being happy - why do I feel depressed?
Simon Camilleri | 23 Dec 2018
And find himself on his own spiritual and philosophical journey, full of humour, self-reflection, wonder, and redemption.
Colleen Hirst | 19 Jun 2012
Advice for those with children of any age from Clinical Psychologist and family therapist, Colleen Hirst


Russ Matthews | 1 Dec 2020
Not allowing an illness to define you
Elijah Davidson | 19 Nov 2020
Groundhog Day at the beach?
Russ Matthews | 17 Nov 2020
Do I have to grow up?
Russ Matthews | 17 Oct 2020
Reel Dialogue Collections - Coming of Age
Russ Matthews | 4 Oct 2020
What is it about human connection?
Robert Martin | 25 Sep 2020
Have we underestimated how well ancient memories can be preserved?