What: Ismaël’s Ghosts Who: Directed by Arnaud Desplechin Where: Alliance Française French Film Festival at the Palace Nova Cinema Eastend Ismaël (Mathieu Amalric) is … More
Katerina Grypma reviews ‘Ava’, the unsettling directorial debut from Léa Mysius about a young girl who is slowly becoming blind.
Who: State Theatre Company When: 7 – 29 April Where: Dunstan Playhouse Tickets: $38 – $74 here Written by Andrew … More
Dylan Rowen reviews Beats Per Minute (2017), a beautifully passionate queer film on show at the Adelaide French Film Festival.
Jasmin studied palaeontology at uni, and is now somehow a qualified personal trainer. She can be found at various cinemas or tethered to her sewing machine attemptingto replicate a complex costume on a shoestring budget in her spare time. She has approximate knowledge of many things.
Q: Hey Caitlin! Please tell us a little about yourself. A: Hi! My name is Caitlin Bowe and I’m a 22 … More
Tamika wrote her Honours thesis on the use of history in video games, mostly to justify the countless hours she spends playing them. When she’s not writing or playing games, she can usually be found in either a dance class or a gin bar. She spends the majority of her income on her hair.
There is a chapter in the New Testament called About Salt. I learnt it by heart in Year 8 Religion. … More
Precession, in astronomy, refers to a slow, gradual change in the rotation or orbit of a celestial body. Such changes in the Earth’s axis of rotation create the astronomical phenomenon known as the precession of the equinoxes, which results in slow changes of the position of the stars in relation to Earth’s poles and their positions at the change of the seasons.
Photo Credit: Joost van den Broek What: The Great War Who: Hotel Modern When: 8-11 March 2018 Where: Dunstan Playhouse Hotel Modern’s … More