Day: 5 August 2017

The Killers & Run The Jewels make Day Two of Lollapalooza one to remember

August 5, 2017

Day Two of Lollapalooza was much dryer, longer and drama-free than its first day, which saw artists storm off stage early, torrential down pours and an evacuation that cut the headliners sets to less than 15 minutes. Friday’s headliners had a very nostalgic 2000s kind of feel as The Killers and Blink 182 played the two […]

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Festival Photos: Lollapalooza (Day Two) ft. Foster the People, Bishop Briggs & more – Grant Park, Chicago (04.08.17)

August 5, 2017

It was a much drier and festive affair at Grant Park, as Day Two of Lollapalooza entered its second turn. With The Killers and Blink 182 headlining during the evening, Foster the People, Kaleo and Phantogram also proved to be solid highlights of Friday’s program. Photos by Daniel Boczarski. [print_gllr id=43412] ———- This content has recently been ported from its original home […]

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Melbourne International Film Festival Review: Something Quite Peculiar (AUS/UK, 2017) is a rich and tantalising portrait about the one and only Steve Kilbey

August 5, 2017

You get the feeling that the story of The Church has enough in it to fill up several movies. But the documentary, Something Quite Peculiar doesn’t try to be a definitive guide to the band. Instead, it lays its focus squarely on front man, Steve Kilbey and adapts his 2014 memoir of the same name. […]

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Melbourne Film Festival Review: Ask the Sexpert (USA, 2017) is a surprisingly funny, frank & fascinating discussion about sex

August 5, 2017

You may not be familiar with the name, Dr. Mahinder Watsa but to many people he could be “Dr Love.” This nonagenarian is a former gynaecologist turned sexologist and author of a daily column in the Mumbai Mirror. Ask The Sexpert is an intimate portrait of this charming, progressive and wise old man who will […]

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