The Post gives an emotionally explanative view of the trials and tribulations of The Washington Post before, during and after their brave decision to explosively print the Pentagon Papers.
Author Georgina Smerd
What you expect with Pitch Perfect 3, you definitely get, with this ridiculous comedy following in similar footsteps to the first two films with outrageous characters, ridiculous humour and catchy use of pop songs
Why waste those beautiful, long summer’s nights inside when you can laze around in the fresh air while watching some of your favourite films?
Nocturne is set in an average 1980s American suburb where a horrific tragedy destroys a young man’s family.
The 48 Hour Film Project, it is a worldwide competition that is held in over 150 cities. Teams must race to write, film, edit and score a short film over the period of 48 hours.
Jungle will take you on an adventure through the unchartered Bolivian rainforest in this re-telling of a terrifying true story. If you’re in the mood for a good man vs. nature survival flick, then this one is for you.
Detroit is a powerful piece of cinema that hits the audience hard with the ghastly realities of the Detroit riots, allowing viewers to gain a deeper understanding of the fear and terror that African-Americans still have to confront today.
Switzerland is an impressive balance between the contrasting genres of comedy and drama as the audience witnesses a humorously combative relationship bloom between strangers, foregrounded by a questionable sanity and a looming, ominous death.
The Snowman is the case of a ‘could-have-been’ brilliant, Scandi-crime thriller adaptation of the 2007 bestselling book by Norwegian noir writer, Jo Nesbø, that unfortunately falls flat.
Although there are some spectacular visual positives within The Mountain Between Us, there just aren’t enough to save this drama/romance from being a miss.
Based on the 90’s British sitcom of the exact same title, Men Behaving Badly focuses on London-based flatmates Gary and Tony and their male misbehaviour and troublesome adventures, and their long-suffering partners Dorothy and Deborah.
Emma Stone stars as Billie Jean King and Steve Carell as Bobby Riggs, in this story of their 1973 tennis match, which became the most watched sporting event in television history.
Scary Beauty is a vocal performance like no other as, backed by the Australian Art Orchestra, the audience is sung to by a human-like android called Skeleton in this ground-breaking sample of what the future of vocal performances may possibly hold.
OzAsia Festival Review: Seoul Meets Arnhem Land: Ecstatic Voice (Meeting Points: South Korea/Arnhem Land)
Backed by the Australian Art Orchestra, Seoul Meets Arnhem Land brings together South Korean performer, Bae Il Dong, and Indigenous Australian singer, Daniel Wilfred, in one simplistically beautiful performance combining two traditional forms of voice and song.
Japanese pop-punk band, Shonen Knife, now in their 36th year of releasing music and touring worldwide, grace the stage in Adelaide as part of this year’s OzAsia Festival, alongside supporting local band, Satan’s Cheerleaders.
One of history’s most infamous characters has arrived in Adelaide as Australia’s leading contemporary theatre company, shake & stir, brings Bram Stoker’s Dracula to life
Girls Trip is one of the best comedies 2017 has produced and is one hell of a ride that you don’t want to miss!
Killing Ground is a merciless Australian thriller that has the power to traumatise an audience. If you were a fan of Wolf Creek, then this is definitely a film for you.
Charlotte Bronte’s classic English novel, ‘Jane Eyre’ is brought to the stage by a dedicated cast in Therry’s latest production.
The 2017 Saint Ignatius Art Show biennial exhibition provides one of the largest offerings of South Australian artists at this year’s SALA festival with over 70 local artists participating.