Agatha Christie’s classic novel has been transformed into a completely different script in Appointment with Death. The book included famous fictional detective Hercule Poirot, … Read more
The Wait is a stunning and powerful story about grief, love and loss.
Light and dark, silhouettes, sunshine and shadows successively cross the screen in … Read more
Everybody Wants Some!! is an American college based romp. The movie opens with freshman baseball player Jake, driving to his new frat house to the … Read more
The first Sea of Hands appeared in front of Parliament House in Canberra in 1997. This year, ANTaR (Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation) is … Read more
Sydney’s Sport for Jove Theatre is a repertory company with a long history of producing innovative interpretations of classic dramas and comedies. This Autumn the … Read more
Kinetic Energy Theatre Company is committed to exploring issues of social justice. So it is fitting that their latest offering, HOME, investigates urban homelessness.… Read more
Wide Open Sky is a documentary film about Moorambilla Voices, a project which brings song to people living in remote areas of New South Wales.… Read more
Anthony Bartok’s creations are quirky and pointed comments on contemporary society.
Bartok creates minimalist sketches which incorporate text to wittily pinpoint the foibles and contradictions … Read more
Five years ago Japan was devastated by triple disasters of an earthquake, tsunami and nuclear explosion. The Japan Foundation of Sydney is currently holding a … Read more
Life has a delicate harmony that most people ignore. The story of Penguin the magpie illustrates how this was recognised by a very unique group … Read more