No false advertising here, Porchland truly is the festival of nice times and a daydreamers paradise.
Is it a better film than the first Frozen? Well that’s debatable. I think this film has a better plot but not as good a soundtrack as the first film, and aside from the main ensemble of the four leads, the other characters have little time on screen and don’t offer much other than to advance the plot.
As a piece of pure theatre, Black is the New White is the new everything in terms of intellectual, sociopolitical, comedy based commentary on stage.
Starring Emilia Clarke as a hapless Christmas store worker who is down on her luck, the film is based on the Wham song of the same name, which makes the ending incredibly predictable and the would-be twist is pretty obvious from the beginning.
Lebanese-born, Paris-based DJ, Hadi Zeidan delivered an OzAsia double header at Nexus Arts over two nights at the festival’s tail end, with Shik Shak Shok on Thursday 31st October and Beirut Electro Parade the following evening.
The film’s storytelling fluctuates between the dysfunctional adult-self and the sincerity of the child-self, particularly, in relation to the irrefutable innocence and purity that exists within that time of being.
A traveller gets more than he bargained for when he comes across a run-down bistro in Osaka.
Grinspoon proved why they are one of Australia’s most well-loved rock bands at the AEC.
Miss Revolutionary Idol Beserker returned to OzAsia for round two with their latest show Totes Adorbs ❤ Hurricane which […]
Featuring a cast of performers from Belgium and Hong Kong Lies blurs the lines between performance and political commentary by simulating, on a small scale, the globalisation of the economy into complete financial crisis.