Get ready for Maestro™ mayhem, Impro Melbourne’s annual high stakes showdown where the fate of the players rests solely in the hands of you the audience.
A daring new concept is aiming to put Adelaide back in the conversation for television production. The Black Box Experiment is giving 7 Adelaide native creatives a month of live shows to work on a unique television concept, before filming a pilot on the last Wednesday of each month at Rhino Room.
A new exhibition @beavergalleries by well known artist, illustrator and cartoonist @judyhoracek. The exhibition showcases vibrant watercolours, prints and ceramics that delve into our ancient history.
Smells Like A Song has the talented Impro Melbourne players pulling an entire improvised musical out of thin air. The audience decides when a song is needed with the cry of 'Smells like a song!" @impromelbourne #impromelbourne
The apple of our eye – the GAZE 2018 Irish shorts program reaffirms the quality of LGBT film and filmmaking talent within Ireland, as well as the standard of work being produced internationally by Irish creators. The sheer scope in the exploration in themes, concepts and artistic approaches is proof that queer Irish film has come of age. This curated program reflects the diverse spectrum of voices, the wide-eyed fantasies and the distinct experiences of the Irish LGBT community. The screening includes 6 short films.
Billy Burns (Kevin McGahern) is a would-be cowboy lost in the dreary fields of Cavan. Billy seeks romance and adventure and dreams of riding into the sunset but the local bully red-necks have other ideas.
Lahinch is the unlikely home to five surf schools and one of the world's most dramatic big-wave breaks beneath the majestic Cliffs of Moher. This enthralling doco presents some incredible surf photography and an engaging portrait of new lifestyles for young people on the West coast of Ireland. The West's awake!
We're not just about the feature films here at the IFFAU. We also appreciate the beauty in short films.
Jason (Emmet Kirwan) is a wannabe DJ on another drug-fueled weekend in the '90's Dublin rave scene. Somewhere between the DJ's, decks and drug-busts he stumbles across a familiar face from the past - his junkie brother Daniel. The two brothers have more in common than they think.
The 66th Sydney Film Festival today announced a sneak peek of 25 new films to be featured in this year’s 5-16 June event. The announcement is in advance of the full program launch on Wednesday 8 May.
The 66th Sydney Film Festival (5 – 16 June) announces seven family-friendly films will screen at HOYTS Entertainment Quarter as part of the Family Program.
Gabriel (Dermot Murphy), a drummer with bipolar, meets Christopher (Jacob McCarthy), a teenager with Aspergers Syndrome, while the pair are in rehab. An unlikely friendship blossoms despite the hardships giving both young men something to live for in life.
The 66th Sydney Film Festival today announced All Night Cine-Love In – an all-night film extravaganza from 10pm right through until 7:30am at Dendy Newtown (8-9 June 2019). Curated by the Festival’s Programs Manager Jenny Neighbour, this special event celebrates her 30th Festival with four weird and wonderful films that changed her cinematic worldview.
Home alone while waiting for the Leaving Cert results, twins Emma (Jordanne Jones) and Chantal (Leah McNamara) are world's apart - one a goth and another a pink princess. The estranged twin sisters fight their way back to one another in this laugh-out-loud coming of age Millennial comedy.
Thomas Reid lives a solitary life on the fringes of mainstream society, farming the lands passed down to him by his father and grandfather before. But Thomas' idyllic lifestyle is threatened by the compulsory purchase of his land by a multinational company. A modern day David and Goliath tale in this weird and wonderful documentary.
Contemporary and experimental theatre company The Danger Ensemble return to Theatre Works this August following their hugely divisive 2018 production, The Hamlet Apocalypse. #DangerEnsemble #LetMenTremble #TheatreWorks
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 4, 2-5pm. Guided Tour of the Exhibition with Sarah Anne Johnson: Saturday, May 4, 3pm. Exhibition Dates: May 4 – June 15, 2019. Stephen Bulger Gallery is pleased to present “This Land”, our fifth solo exhibition of work by Canadian artist Sarah Anne Johnson.
PACT's Salon series continues with Dark & Lite™
Call for Applications extended until 30 April
Callout for pop up studio at ADC for the Australian Ceramics Open Studios 2019