In This Issue: We take a look at theatre, film and projections this week. Monkey Baa Presents: MILLI, JACK AND THE DANCING CAT, Milk Crate Challenge Perceptions, Annie Siegmann Offers Fantastic New Show For Adelaide Cabaret Fest, Ute Lemper Announces Sydney Tour, Red Stitch Theatre Now Showing Dawn King’s: Fox Finder, Kick-Start Your Creative Idea,Sir David Attenborough Ammends Tour Dates, Blacktown Arts Centre Presents Opal Vapour, Sydney Film Festival Closing Night Is Not One Too Miss This Year!, The World’s First Do-It-Yourself 35mm Camera, Brightening Up Melbourne One Street At A Time..AGNSW holds Free Exhibition, The Sydney Fair Opens This Week, S.M.A.S.H Tickets On Sale, Indigenous Artworks Exhibit In Paris.
In This Issue: Griffin Theatre Announces Programme for Festival of New Writing, Arafat In Therapy, David Gulpilil wins the Ochre Award at 2013 National Indigenous Art Awards, Blue Man Group Announce Australian Tour, Francesco Zizola Exhibits for REPORTAGE Festival 2013, STC Presents FREE Showing of An Alphabet Of Arousel.
In This Issue: Controversial Sydney artist Jesse Willesee launches latest exhibition, Lomography cellebrates its 20th anniversary with an exhibition, Vivid Sydney invites you to take a look at photographic exhibition: 4 Stories, Dr.Who fans are treated to a night of film and projections, CUSP designers present ideas for the future and Miranda Musical Society presents new musical.
Federation's Square annual program "The Light In Winter" is returning for 2013, celebrating the diversity within Victoria throughout a month-long display of free events, exhibitions, film screenings and more.
The program kicked off for the first time seven years ago and has since developed lively platform for both the arts of illumination and the diverse cultural ways to enlightenment. The "Light In Winter" program for 2013 as is follows:
Sydney was illuminated in an explosion of colour and light last night, when the Vivid Sydney Festival was officially launched. NSW Deputy Premier Andrew Stoner officially opened the event, which is to run until June 10, unveiling a breathtaking two-week program of world-class art, innovation and movement.
In this issue: Aussie and Canadian producers are in cahoots, new trailers for Grown Ups 2, Riddick and White House Down, Star Trek people hang out with real life NASA astronauts, look out for The Tell Tale Heart, This Is The End releases a clip, AFTRS Open offering short courses for budding filmmakers, plus SFF announces their Official Competition judges.
Another fabulous stage production is coming to Australia from Broadway this year! Dirty Rotten Scoundrels will be playing out at Sydney's Theatre Royal for a limited season this October - the fun and cheeky play, nominated for 11 Tony Awards, has earned rave reviews from countless audiences and is fondly remembered for the 1988 adaptation starring Michael Caine and Steve Martin.
In this issue: SFF launches, One Direction: This Is Us releases their movie mosaic, Captain Phillips releases trailer, so does Pain & Gain and Ping Pong while Jane's Addiction's show Live in NYC gets a DVD release along with two early Kubrick and Hitchcock films and Resolution. Star Trek releases some movie music news, Catching Fire gets a new movie poster, see Fast & Furious 6 at Imax and win Gatsby tickets thanks to ACMI.
Global Creatures, masterminds behind the fantastic Walking With Dinosaurs, are at work again, this time bringing King Kong to life on stage at the Regent Theatre in Melbourne. Having spent five years in developmental stages, the stage production will premiere on June 15 for an exclusive Australian season.
In this issue: Simon Tedeschi joins Sydney Omega Ensemble once more, Trichotomy and Steve Magnusson at the Seymour Centre, new Star Wars movie coming sometime not so far, far away, Theatre Works premieres Palace of the End, Yo Gabba Gabba! touring Sydney and Melbourne, Slava's Snowshow heading to Sydney, self-publishing company Blurb hosting photography workshops, Brisbane gets more shows for Grease, Stomp back in Oz, Patrick White Playwrights' Award releases the judges shortlist, Physical Fractals with Natalie Abbott, shooting now under way for new Wachowskis film, Iron Man: Rise of Technovore now available on Blu-ray and DVD, watch the experimental Passage, Gina Yashere at Sydney Comedy Festival, Future Landings brings contemporary dance to remote WA, Eugene Onegin heading to Palace Cinemas, Turner from the Tate now on, MICF2013 winners announced, Evangelion exhibition heading to The Japan Foundation, watch You Are Here at the Milk Crate Theatre
Reel Anime, Madman Entertainment’s theatrical Japanese animation event, will be returning to Australia and New Zealand in late 2013 with a lineup featuring four brand new, highly-anticipated feature films from Japan.