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Written by Mark O’Connor and performed entirely by David Malikoff, this performance explores the realities of nature versus multinational big business.
Sometimes the simple things in life are often the best. 'Love Me Know More' (Deux jours a tuer) certainly lives up to this saying.
Margaret Atwood has confirmed that she will be taking part in the Dubai literature festival, despite pulling out of the event last week over censorship fears.
BORN in Argentina, the 33-year-old filmmaker and programmer Leandro Palacio compares Melbourne to "Buenos Aires without the stress".
Kath Mainland, newly appointed chief executive of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, has said the body must put the ticketing woes of last year behind it and vowed to keep the festival as an open-access event for performers.
Perth Festival puts on A visual feast in black and white - Between The Devil and The Deep Blue Sea at the Festival Theatre.
The opening sequence of 'JCVD' is an exercise in filmmaking smarts.
French genre-skipper Robert Guédiguian turns his roving eye to the thriller with 'Lady Jane', an icy vengeance drama turning twists in Marseille.
The lads from Sound & Fury would like to have us believe that they’re idiots with nothing to say.
Scarborough performed at the Adelaide Fringe Festival is directed by Martha Lott, written by Fiona Evens and performed by Emily Banford and Sebastian Freeman.
'Cash' can best be described as 'Ocean’s 11' meets the hit BBC series 'Hustle',all set in Paris and on the gorgeous Cote d'Azur.
After pulling out of the Dubai literature festival last week, Margaret Atwood is now hoping to take part in a debate on censorship to be hosted at the festival via video link-up.
Opening the documentary are images of Dutch film director Theo van Gogh, who was murdered by Islamic fundamentalists in Amsterdam in 2004.
Writer-director Nora Hamidi's characters and their italicised lives may have certain familiar cookie contours, but Dolls and Angels' players do pull off an engaging depth and credibility for each of their playees.
FILM festival openings are usually about red carpet opportunities and plugs for sponsors.
Territory based director Warwick Thornton’s feature film 'Samson & Delilah' is set to premiere at the Adelaide Film Festival this Friday, 20 February 2009.
Arts Minister Rod Welford has announced an innovative program of national and international speakers for the 2009 Ideas Festival at the Cultural Centre, 25-29 March.
Druid, one of the best known theatre companies in the English speaking world, comes to the Perth International arts Festival from Ireland with this exciting and palpable piece of theatre.
The current season of the West Australian Ballet Company, 'Ballet at the Quarry' presents a varied offering of short works by younger choreographers.
In his latest film, 'Lemon Tree', Israeli director Eran Riklis presents a sensitive but hard-hitting commentary on the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian struggles.
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