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Review: Winter Sleep

Review: Winter Sleep

Istanbul-born filmmaker Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s follow-up to the lengthy Once Upon a Time in Anatolia is even more epic and, at 196 minutes, the longest movie to ever win the…

Review: A Thousand Times Goodnight

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Review: A Thousand Times Goodnight

There are some truly engrossing scenes in Erik Poppe’s A Thousand Times Goodnight. I’ll leave it to you, dear reader, to decide which.

Guy’s Broken Bones

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Guy’s Broken Bones

Guy Pearce will arguably be the Garden of Unearthly Delights’ most famous guest when he performs at the Garden next year, but he won’t be part of a theatre production.

Dan Withey does death

visual arts

Dan Withey does death

Dan Withey’s art is just like his conversation. He takes dark subjects and mines them for mirth. When he finds pain, he cures it with colour.

Review: The Dark Horse

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Review: The Dark Horse

James Napier Robertson’s factual-based drama looks like it might slip into the clichés of the ‘inspiring teacher’ sub-genre (think Stand and Deliver, Dangerous Minds and the like), but the difference…

All about me (c’est moi)

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All about me (c’est moi)

On the art of Selfie Stick travelling in France.

Thom Buchanan: Recapitulate

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Thom Buchanan: Recapitulate

Thom Buchanan is obsessed with the urban environment, which is evident with his new exhibition Recapitulate.

Kelly Menhennett: The Road to Nashville

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Kelly Menhennett: The Road to Nashville

Local Americana singer-songwriter Kelly Menhennett is a perfect booking for the Governor Hindmarsh’s annual Deep South Festival given her latest album Small Dreams was recorded in Nashville.

WOMAD’s Planet Talk speakers announced

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WOMAD’s Planet Talk speakers announced

The Speakers Corner at WOMADelaide 2015 will bring three of the world’s greatest environmental thinkers, communicators and activists to Botanic Park next year.

Louise Haselton new exhibition Outsides

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Louise Haselton new exhibition Outsides

John Neylon takes us through Louise Haselton's current Australian Experimental Art Foundation exhibition.

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