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In an extraordinary musical journey, Isabel Faust started the programme with the Sonata No 1 in G minor, BWV1001, followed by the Partita No 1 in B minor, BWV1002 and after interval the Sonata No 2 in A minor, BWV1003.
Every musician in the ACO is a master of his or her instrument, a truth which can be lost in the performances of the full orchestra.
'Fanboys' is more 'Harold & Kumar' than 'Into the Wild' but Newman understands his audience and pitches the film accordingly.
In 1984, Clive James interviewed Roman Polanski over lunch in a Paris Passages of an interview with Roman Polanski in Paris bookend Marina Zenovich’s revealing documentary on Polanski’s life, and in particular his arrest in 1977 for having sex with 13-year-old Samantha Gailey Geimer.
Whore deals with the familiar theme of an ingénue abroad, in this case twenty-something, Australian expat Sara (Rhiannon Owen), alone and broke in London.
Steven Soderbergh takes on a big myth in this two-parter on the later years of Che Guevara - in film 'Che' part of the Sydney Film Festival.
Rupert Friend playing 'Chéri' - in the film by the same name, part of the Sydney Film Festival - the indulged son of a Paris madam - is thoroughly unlikeable.
Andrew Lancaster, as director of this Australia-meets-America family drama, turns in a stunning effort in his debut feature 'Accidents Happen' - part of the Sydney Film Festival.
Alone in the spotlight, dressed in a white tunic and jeans and armed only with an acoustic guitar, Harry James Angus was very different from how you might have seen him in his bands The Cat Empire and Jackson Jackson.
To say that those good people at the NGV have excelled themselves with this year’s Melbourne Winter Masterpieces series is somewhat of an understatement.
NTT Productions reproduce two 'Blackadder' scripts (amounting to the equivalent of two episodes of the television series) from the Elizabethan period of 'Blackadder'.
Playwright Conor McPherson has had his share of reviews, most of them (deservedly) glowing it seems, though to some extent 'St Nicholas' is critic-proof.
From the glamorous ballroom of the Russian Tsar to the dusty summer streets of Melbourne, Graeme Murphy’s 'Nutcracker' is a romantic tale of love and loss, played out across time and distance.
xPablo Larrain's Tony Manero nearly joined David Bowie in the small library of films I have walked out of.
Tom Wright's adaptation of 'Karamazov' and vision are unique and unsettling.
Sometimes art just mimics a weird, mashed up version of life that appears in dreams. Such is the case with the June shows at the Platform Subway Gallery.
Welcome again to the future - 'Terminator Salvation' - a grim gritty vision of one originally created by James Cameron.
David Williamson's latest play - Let The Sunshine - tells the story of Toby, a documentary film maker, and his wife Ros, a publisher, who have left Sydney behind for the sunshine of Noosa.
'Beyond Goya: version II' is another Lloyd Jones ‘happening’ full of hidden meaning, theatrical abstractions and a cast of many all interacting and literally ‘coming out of the woodwork’ all at the same time.
'Three Sisters' - playing at Chapel off Chapel - by highly acclaimed and influential playwright Anton Chekov presents with an enormous amount of promise.
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