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NORTHCOTE SOCIAL CLUB: Shara Worden aka My Brightest Diamond is a rare find; a self-confessed punk, a performance artist, an expert hand at a dazzling array of instruments.
MELBOURNE RECITAL CENTRE: A remarkable musical celebration in honour of Stephen McIntyre, known nationally and internationally as one of Australia’s most eminent pianists.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: Penny Vozniak’s behind-the-scenes documentary about Jennifer Lynch's struggle to make her third feature is also a fascinating portrait of a second-generation director.
AUSTRALIA ENSEMBLE: Cuba, Australia, Austria and Russia were represented by the four composers of the music in this program.
MONDO DI CORPO THEATRE: An allegory of hidden love, self-sacrifice and life in death, slaughtered and served in style.
SYDNEY THEATRE COMPANY: This new production of Dylan Thomas’s play for voices stars Jack Thompson, in his first stage performance in some four decades, as the omnipresent first voice.
PERFORMANCE SPACE: A sensationalised popular media story about the cult of youth degeneracy evoking our culture’s anxiety about a younger generation’s increasing immersion in – and dependence on – virtual worlds.
RIVERSIDE THEATRES: Wickedly wonderful, this is the glorious ‘factional’ story of Company Elle and its major place in Australian dance, where history blends seamlessly with imagined autobiography
EMI: The sixth studio album from Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós is the group’s most introspective and ambient release to date.
ACMI: The life and times, scandals and successes of New York native and prolific septuagenarian Woody Allen are explored at length in this fascinating and detailed documentary.
BLUE ROOM THEATRE: Brilliantly performed, this atmospheric drama tells the story of a journalist returning home from the Arab Spring who learns that mistakes can never be fully buried.
PALACE: Based on the filmmaker's own experiences, this unique French feature is a distinctive, determined chronicle of every parent’s worst nightmare.
CINEMA NOVA: A classic haunted house (well, hotel) tale, Ti West’s latest offering merges horror with humour in a film purposefully full of contrasts.
MELBOURNE TOWN HALL: The feast comprised three servings of music by English composers, and followed the basic principles of menu planning – for diners with a big appetite.
HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE: In 1982, Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn penned the first episodes of Yes Minister for the BBC. Twenty-five years later their popular political satire returns as a stage play.
THEATREWORKS: In repositioning Ingmar Bergman’s classic film on stage, director Adena Jacobs has created a haunting and arrestingly relevant piece of theatre.
Robert Pattinson is no vampire in this film about a 19th century social climber.
Revelling in showmanship
An incisive portrait of twenty-something disaffection.
Maria Korp's murder inspires powerful psychological drama
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