David Lynch: Between Two Worlds Exhibition at GoMA
Developed closely with the artist, the QAGOMA exhibition features more than 200 works and is organised around three ideas – ‘Man and machine’, ‘The extra-ordinary’, and ‘Psychic Aches’. Moving between the porous divide of the body and the world it inhabits, the exhibition explores the subjects of industry and organic phenomena; representations of inner conflict; and the possibility of finding a deeper reality in our experience of the everyday.
A complete ...
FLiCKERFEST 2015 Australian Tour
More than 20 stunning cinema shorts will be screened across three thrilling nights, all handpicked from the Academy® accredited and BAFTA recognised festival’s record 2400 entries.
Audiences will be blown away by the assortment of cinematic stories on offer, including hot tub entanglements, ice cream frenzies, mischievous mechanical mishaps, late-night radio revelations, runaway chickens, fearless fathers, fly-away mothers and sparring siblings.
Australian FLiCKERFEST filmmakers ...
Manny Lewis Movie Competition
Thanks to StudioCanal we have five double in season passes to give away to is Manny Lewis!
Successful comic, Manny Lewis, finds himself at the height of his popularity and at the depths of his loneliness. Shy, reclusive and a just little awkward, Manny‘s connection with his audience can’t be replicated when it comes to matters of the heart. In a bid to reach out, he calls an adult chat line and forms a bond with Maria, who goes by the name of Caroline, on the other end of the ...
Forbidden Hollywood: The Wild Days of pre-Code Cinema Movie Festival
‘Forbidden Hollywood’ celebrates this unique period of creative freedom which ended with the reinstatement of traditional moral values through the Motion Picture Production Code in 1934.
Following the Wall Street Crash of 1929 and the Depression, struggling Hollywood studios sought to attract audiences by creating films that pushed the boundaries of social acceptability. With a gleeful mix of realism and glamour, these films tackled issues of sexuality and crime, social criticisms ...
Yagull – Films Album Review
This sunny Sunday morning that perfect aural pleasure is Films by Yagull. The group, the project of composer/guitarist Sasha Markovic blends beautiful acoustic instrumentation with forward thinking arrangements and playing.
Don’t let the acoustic tag impact your mindset on this either, for there is as much power in these grooves as a Marshall stack on 11, it’s just more cerebral and only slightly less physical. There is also a superb use of space that allows the listeners to add ...