Performing Arts

Luna 1878 Winter Night Market

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Luna 1878 Winter Night Market

Queen Victoria Market is open Wednesday nights for Luna Night Market – with food, design, fashion and arts after dark.

Stray Dogs

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Stray Dogs

Stray Dogs is difficult to walk away from. And that is a good thing for this film - because it is equally difficult to watch.

10,000KM

10,000KM

You’re with the love of your life, you’ve been together over six years, you’re trying for a baby, and then one of you is offered a dream artists’ residency 10,000KM…

$100,000 Basil Sellers Art Prize focuses on sport

$100,000 Basil Sellers Art Prize focuses on sport

Dr Vincent Alessi, Curatorial Manager at the Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne explains the role of sport in the cultural identity of Australia, and how this can be explored…

Fred Schepisi Interview: Words and Pictures

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Fred Schepisi Interview: Words and Pictures

Fred Schepisi’s flight was delayed in Hobart when he spoke to me on his mobile about his latest film Words and Pictures, starring Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche, and discussed…

Review: Venus in Fur

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Review: Venus in Fur

Roman Polanski might well be about to turn 81 but age hasn’t dampened his kinky, pervy edge, as his latest pic amply demonstrates.

Bill Bailey Announces 2014 Australian Tour

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Bill Bailey Announces 2014 Australian Tour

Funny man Bill Bailey is bringing his retreating hair and Little Book of Calm to Australian shores this October.

Love is Strange

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Love is Strange

Written and directed by Ira Sachs and starring John Lithgow, Alfred Molina and Marisa Tomei, Love is Strange is a gently suspenseful love story.

The Legend Maker

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The Legend Maker

Australian director and screenwriter Ian Pringle created The Legend Maker after a chance meeting with a professional forger.

Melbourne International Film Festival program released

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Melbourne International Film Festival program released

The Melbourne International Film Festival program has been announced – boasting 341 films, 17 program strands, 28 world premieres and 168 Australian premieres.

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