Domhnall Gleeson and newcomer Will Tilston star in this portrait of the troubled childhood of Christopher Robin Milne, directed by Simon Curtis.
Author Tracey Korsten
Paulina Garcia shines in this gentle story of love, self-identity and the changing social landscape of Argentina.
Columbian born cineaste Gina Rubiano, NSW Festivals, Events and Marketing Coordinator for Palace Cinemas, took some time out of her frenetic schedule to chat to Glam about the Cine Latino Film Festival.
Johnny Harris writes, produces and stars in, this classic tale of a washed up, alcoholic boxer, trying to make some money through a dangerous, unlicensed fight.
Season’s Greetings: a family gathers for four days of Christmas festivities, which rapidly disintegrate into attempted adultery, attempted murder and attempted puppetry!
This is brilliant film-making. This is important film-making. Even if you have little understanding of The Troubles, or are of the lucky generation that didn’t live through it, you will gain much from watching this master-work.
Despite its short-comings, That Good Night is a vehicle for John Hurt’s final, bravura performance.
Die Fledermaus is one of the most popular and well-known of the operettas. Filled with recognizable and delightful music, based around a plot of unmitigated silliness, it is a work with which much fun can be had.
The inspirational true-story of Robin and Diana Cavendish is a star-turn for both Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy, under Andy Serkis’s directorial baton.
This year’s Cunard British Film Festival offers a glorious selection of features, including premieres, documentaries and retrospectives.
Despite many opera singers crossing over into musical theatre and back again, Bradman is clearly focussed on classical works, and has a passion for opera which shines through.
The 24th DelphiBank Greek Film Festival opened last night at Palace Nova Cinemas, with George…
A night of exceptional shorts, made through the Adelaide Film Festival Hive Lab.
U.S. blues guitarist Eric Steckel played to a small, but appreciative crowd at The Gov…
Formed in 2010, Bombay is led by Andy Williamson (“The Captain”) on sax. Lead vocals are delivered by Parvyn Kaur Singh (“Mysterious Lady”) and Shourov Bhattacharya (“The Tiger”).
Singaporean theatre company W!ld Rice has created a sprawling epic, which gives audiences a journey through the last 100 years of Singapore history.
Darlane Litaay of Papua and Tian Rotteveel of the Netherlands are edgy, contemporary dancers and choreographers.
For anyone interested in the history of theatre or dance, this film is a must. A classic bio-pic, it manages to be much more. A portrait of an extraordinary woman and an extraordinary time, this is tense, passionate and riveting cinema.
The wonderful Lucky Dumpling Market plays host this year to a bevvy of fine musical artists, all appearing for free