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.
A poignant documentary centring on beekeeper Hatidze and the conflict she faces when confronted with new neighbours. A must-see!
Jolie is outstanding as the evil queen with a heart, and Fanning is admirable as the unlikely hero (if we’re going by the traditional fairytale’s archetypal damsel in distress formula).
It’s starting to feel a lot like summer and the touring circuit is beginning to ramp up, sending our way the enigmatic burst of status quo changing sunshine that is Stella Donnelly.
Aussie rock legends You am I and Adalita both took to The Gov stage last night. You can read […]