Big Easy Express isn't so much a concert film. It isn't so much a road movie. It isn't so much a rock bio. It's both none and all of the above. I think the best way to desribe it is as a musical odyssey. Big Easy Express beautifully captures the "Railroad Revival Tour", a 7 day musical journey when 3 bands board a train bound for 6 concerts in 6 cities, from Oakland, California, all the way to New Orleans.
In This Issue: Mumford & Sons travel the American heartland on the Big Easy Express, The Fringe Furniture 2012 entries open, graphic novelist Alan Moore teams up with director Mitch Jenkins for short film series, Faber-Castell and AGNSW Kids Drawing Prize competition opens, Regurgitator’s Ben Ely exhibits his lust for old video games, No Worries photo exhibition by Martin Parr opens at Brisbane Powerhouse, The Twilight Markets in South Melbourne get set to raise money for kids in need, The Creators Project transforms Paris’ Grand Palais, and Australian horror film Muirhouse is added to iconic Fright Night Film Festival.