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The Danger Ensemble’s provocative reinterpretation of The Scarlet Letter is a forceful critique of patriarchy.
Omar Musa weaves words and rhythms into a seamless story of boyhood, defiance, and faith.
A surreal, visually arresting meditation on the future of our planet.
Hill’s must-read book combines detailed research, candid testimonies and an incisive analysis of how abuse perpetrators and victims think.
Hale’s debut novel is an examination of power and changing mother-daughter relationships.
Funny, textured and nostalgic, Tarantino's ninth film gives us characters we want to hang out with, writes Anthony Morris.
Intelligent, beautiful singing and playing from masters of their craft, Nicole Car, Étienne Dupuis and Jayson Gillham.
Belvoir’s fresh and captivating production transposes Brecht’s play to a contemporary setting that wrestles with climate change and our place in the universe.
Serge Ou's documentary unearths another unhinged history of a sub-genre that bypassed good taste, writes Glenn Dunks.
Van Grinsven's confident debut, an AFTRS Masters project and SFF audience award winner, is an evocative portrait of contemporary queerness delighting in its sexuality.
Originally billed as a slasher, the result is an unexpectedly joyful reflection on communal experience.
The Babadook director returns with a different kind of horror: an essential film that gives voice to female suffering.
Six acts look at the problem of single-use plastic from different angles.
Kate Mulvany and Anne-Louise Sarks’s reimagining of the Greek tragedy turns its eye to Medea’s young sons.
Bryer’s debut novel is a challenging and artful work that plays with parallels.
The Poe-inspired immersive adventure is more campy than creepy – and it’s all the better for it.
Iron Lung’s all-female production foregrounds Marsha Norman’s taut script and impressive performances from the cast.
A quintet of shorts shines the horror lens on race relations and shouts the hearty arrival of new talent.
Dancenorth’s vibrant collaboration combines a dance troupe with 100 drums.
Kriv Stenders' focused scope makes this an intense viewing experience, writes Anthony Morris.
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