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The Arts Review: What's Happening in the World of Art & Film (Issue 054)

In this issue: The Jub Jub Tree in Perth, The Book Club at Subiaco Arts Centre, 19th Biennale of Sydney prep deep underway, Tamarama Rock Surfers releases line-up, Veronica Mars movie in the works (thanks to crowdsourcing), new clip for Seth Rogen movie, head to Arts Centre Melbourne this ANZAC Day, Triple J's Hottest 100 on DVD, Matthew Gillet Gallery opening soon, watch The Addams Family over school holidays, second Sydney show for Chris Tucker, Black Penny announces two new exhibitions, Nath Valvo at SCF2013, Catching Fire teaser, Funny Tonner finalists, Gasworks Circus Showdown grand final, Trashed screening on Earth Day, Divas in Hurstville, Broadway Unplugged at The Vanguard, Carmen wrap up, Rowena Post at Tortuga Studios and Gatsby soundtrack teaser

The Arts Review: What's Happening in the World of Art & Film (Issue 053)

In this issue: New trailers for Adventures in Zambezia 3D, World War Z, Sun Don't Shine, White House Down, Pain & Gain, Dead Man Down, Carrie and Elysium. Star Trek: Into Darkness releases character cinemosaics, Amity Dry has a complicated life, Blak touring Oz, get Switched On at the ISEA 2013, Fed Square announces their Winter light program, Chris Tucker touring Australia for the first time, Sushi Girl gets a release date, Terminal Projekt coming to Vivid 2013, No Child... back in Melbourne at Theatre Works, performance workshop at the Judith Wright Centre, Aussie writing festival over in Alice, Health's Die Young gets a video clip world premiere, filmmaker callout from Vodka O, 13 Rooms now on, Rolling Stone Australia covers get their time to shine, Paul McDermott sings in Sydney, Archizines at Object Gallery, 16th Spanish Film Festival releases first highlights, Sculpture by the Sea winner unveiled, new gallery openings with the Amaze gallery (at State Library of NSW) and 10x8 Gallery and the Canterbury Theatre announces their new Spelling Bee.

Sydney Film Festival announces first round of films set to feature on the festival's 60th anniversary!

While the full program announcement for the 60th Sydney Film Festival is set to be released come May 8, the festival recently released a selection of the films set to be featured as a bit of a preview. Returning to the hub venue at the Lower Town Hall this June, the Sydney Film Festival will this year be including sessions at the much adored Hayden Cremorne Orpheum.

The Arts Review: What's Happening in the World of Art & Film (Issue 052)

In this issue: Submission callouts for SITUATE Art in Festivals, The LEGO Movie, Sydney Fringe 2013 and The Seed Fund. Fury coming to STC, Reportage to Vivid 2013, "The Wolf of Wall Street" to Oz, photography to the State Library, 13 Rooms to Kaldor Arts Project, School Dance to Melbourne, Grease to Australia, plus Star Trek: Into Darkness gets a new trailer, The Croods gets a soundtrack, Revolver Upstairs has an April poster wall, plus... news from SXSW 2013, The Miles Franklin Award, the International Symposium of Electronic Art, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra and much, MUCH more...

The Arts Review: What's Happening in the World of Art & Film (Issue 051)

In this issue: Win tickets to see Snoop Lion's Reincarnated, Nerds rule in School Dance at Arts Centre Melbourne, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artist callout from NAIDOC, The Rocks Windmill coming soon, Pr!ck at Flying Saucer Club, AFCM 2013 coming soon, After Earth trailer released, fashion photography and partying at Beach Road Hotel, Carmen opens today at Sydney Harbour, Stomp on sale now, Skein at Tortuga Studios, Jay-Z collaborates with Baz on The Great Gatsby plus much, much more!

The Arts Review: What's Happening in the World of Art & Film (Issue 050)

In this issue: Comedy all round with a bunch of shows for Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2013, Sydney Comedy Festival, Northcote International Comedy Festival and Yarraville Laughs! What's on at Jurassic Lounge, being with Telstra now means you could get a walk on role in a movie, The Motherf**cker With The Hat coming to TAP Gallery, Girl in Tan Boots coming to the Griffin Theatre, online music game from the front man of Severed Heads, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire character posters released, The Great Gatsby to inaugurate Cannes plus much, much more.

The Arts Review: What's Happening in the World of Art & Film (Issue 049)

In this issue: On now: Matters of Life and Death at Carriageworks, Memories for tomorrow at Galerie pompom, Cult Classics at Dendy Newtown. Coming soon: St Kilda Film Festival, Dance Better at Parties, Leap of Faith, Reflect by Sue Peacock, Jesus Christ Superstar, Yarraville Laughs, Biba's Wizard of Burlesque, Shadow Dancer DVD. Also, Fringe World 2013 out with a bang, Short+Sweet finals this weekend, call out for new artists from Situate Art in Festivals, filmmakers in need of crowdfunding plus much more...

The Arts Review: What's Happening in the World of Art & Film (Issue 048)

In this issue: A whole heap of upcoming films headed our way with teasers, trailers and posters in the mix from Evil Dead, Goddess, Mt. Zion, Star Trek Into Darkness and Cult Vault: Love; new theatre projects and productions from Strictly Ballroom, The Tap Pack, Oliver!, Carmen; Karavan! International Gypsy Music Festival is on right now, as well as Adelaide Fringe; Mardi Gras this Saturday; Purity Ring offers up some awesome experiences, plus much, much more...

SXSW News Round Up - 27 February 2013

In this issue: In this special SXSW news piece, we take a look at the films which will be making their debut at the festival, which competitions they may be screened at and more importantly, where you can find more information about them.

Andrew Zuchero’s "The Apocalypse" – Premiering March 9

The Arts Review: What's Happening in the World of Art & Film (Issue 047)

In this issue: Comedy with class at His Majesty's Theatre, Jurassic Lounge - Tuesdays at the Australian Museum, Trekkies get their fix with awesome new motion poster, makeover for Docklands Studios Melbourne, Hamlet heading to WA, Daisy releases autobiography Rock Jock, epic opera Carmen heads to Sydney, life from those wiser in Life As We Know It, Interpretations IIII heads to Object Gallery, Yarraville gets their funny on, Asher Treleaven's Bad Dandy heading to town plus much more...

The Arts Review: What's Happening in the World of Art & Film (Issue 046)

In this issue: School Dance at Art Centre Melbourne's Playhouse, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds DVD gets a release date, so does Miles Davis' performance DVD and movie Hello I Must Be Going. The Addams Family is coming to Sydney, Cut Snake is coming to Bondi, movie The Imposter gets a Brisbane venue, the Botanic Gardens looks like it will have a great Autumn, Suburbia gets it's day in the sun, the new One Direction movie gets a teaser, regional art gets some light and sound happening, reminder for Tropfest this Sunday, Cirque Du Soleil has a 3D film coming up as well as a live show extension, party at The Standard for Mardi Gras and STC breaks box office records!

The Arts Review: What's Happening in the World of Art & Film (Issue 045)

In this issue: STC releases general tickets for the second half of their 2013 season, Todd McKenney and Mitchell Butel star in Orpheus in the Underground, Little Mercy comes to STC, West of Memphis gets a new clip, The Performance Enhancers at Hamer Hall, Tropfest and SBS are in cahoots, Jurassic Lounge is back, Sydney Comedy Festival releases second round of acts, Torch Song Trilogy at Gaiety Theatre and much more!

Dave Grohl's Sound City screens tomorrow night in Australia and New Zealand for one night only.

Sound City is a feature length documentary, directed by Dave Grohl (Nirvana, Foo Fighters), about the human element of music, the lost art of analogue recording, and the history of America’s greatest unsung recording studio, Sound City. It will screen at select cinemas in Australia tomorrow night (Thursday 31st January), with additional cinemas and times just announced to meet demand!

The Arts Review: What's Happening in the World of Art & Film (Issue 044)

In this issue: Cavalia galloping to Australia soon, see Karen from Will & Grace in her sold out show, Flickerfest winners, new additions for Unsound Adelaide and Doveman's Burgundy Stain Sessions, indie games at Fed Square, new Django Unchained clip, Neil Young has a DVD available soon, a special live poster painting at Revolver Upstairs, Proem at The Depot Gallery and your last chance to see Francis Bacon in NSW.

The Arts Review: What's Happening in the World of Art & Film (Issue 043)

In this issue:

The Seven Seas heading to Brisbane Powerhouse, Oscar nominations are out, live art at 13 Rooms coming soon, Goddess gets a poster, come to terms with life through death at Matters of Life and Death, Empire gets a season extension, Candice McQueen is coming back to Oz, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone opening for SXSW, congrats to Kate Ceberano and the cast of South Pacific and make your own tour at the International Sculpture Symposium!