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FedFest held this past weekend in the Federation Square Atrium provided enthusiastic film aficionados the chance to view the work of some of Australia’s foremost short filmmakers.
Held in the reasonably intimate upstairs of Distill Health Bar in Rundle Street, 'Titters!' has proved to be a fabulously cackle of an evening.
Vanessa Beecroft's art shocks many viewers. And a new film suggests her method can be just as controversial.
As part of the celebration of the event “Kairouan, Capital of Islamic Culture” and the 100 anniversary of the Tunisian theatre, the Regional Delegation of Culture and Heritage Safeguard in Kairouan is organizing, in collaboration with the Association of Modern Theatre the 16th edition of the Festival of Modern Theatre from the 15th to the 18th of March, 2009, at the cultural complex Assad Ibn Al-F
THE Australian playwright Andrew Bovell's sprawling epic When The Rain Stops Falling - a triumph at last year's Adelaide Festival - will be produced by London's famed Almeida Theatre in May.
Usually they're spotted and snapped at the city's coolest clubs and parties but yesterday, six of Melbourne's sassiest "It girls" braved daylight to appear in a free catwalk show at Federation Square. Danny Avidan, CEO of Discovery Group, owners of fashion brands including Charlie Brown and the hip young Lili featured yesterday, mustered the women, aged 19 to 27, to celebrate the impact celebritie
ACCLAIMED folk-blues ambassador Eric Bibb is an ``international' artist in every sense of the word.
WHISPERING Jack is on the way back to the recording studio to make a new album and resume his career.
The Oils are back and still playing politics.
The National Gallery of Australia unveiled its latest acquisition yesterday.
They are thousands of kilometres away but Australia's ex-pat theatre community is preparing for a special concert later this month that will assist those affected by the recent devastating Victorian bushfires and the Queensland floods.
Way back in 1951, Slim and Baz were born in the same week.
BEIJING -- Disney has put the long-delayed expansion of its Hong Kong theme park on ice after talks with the city government on a cash injection collapsed.
Judi Krant's debut feature "Made in China" has won the narrative feature jury competition at South by Southwest while Scott Teems' "That Evening Sun" won the narrative feature audience award.
Millard Kaufman, an Oscar-nominated screenwriter and the co-creator of Mr. Magoo, died in Los Angeles on Saturday at the age of 92, according to a LOS ANGELES TIMES obituary.
After high-profile protests against women in pubs and an anti-Valentine's Day campaign, Hindu nationalists in India are taking aim at another target - the unlikely figure of Charlie Chaplin.
AUSTRALIA came to Los Angeles on Sunday, but it did not exactly conquer the town. A cluster of Australian acts, led by Melbourne indie rockers the Drones and My Disco, held court in LA's hipster enclave Silverlake for the Aussie BBQ, a low-glitz afternoon of a barbecue, bands and beer under unusually grey southern Californian skies.
Vanilla Ice is coming back to Australia later this month to either perform at the V Festival, or apologise on stage for his musical wrongs.
Lost Everything, the new feature for filmmaker Kim St Leon, will have it’s Australian debut at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival which begins it 19th season tonight at St Kilda’s majestic Astor theatre tonight.
As the 2009 Perth International Arts Festival draws to a close, it was announced their biggest year ever, with record attendance and box office success for Artistic Director Shelagh Magadza’s second Festival.
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