In the lead up to the OzAsia Festival, Helen Feng gave plenty of notice that Nova Heart would push some boundaries and make the audience feel slightly uncomfortable yet mesmerized.They didn’t disappoint, and in a show that went just under an hour, they certainly threw some punches amongst the psych-rock soundtrack to Feng’s monologues and spoken word moments.
An Australian stand-up and television comedian has been appointed as the official Ambassador for the 2015 Adelaide Fringe, but who?
Now in its 18th year, Feast is Adelaide’s largest LGBTIQ arts and cultural festival.
Before the official Program Launch, Matthew Mitcham and Catherine Fitzgerald announced the 2014 Feast Festival program.
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Synergy Percussion and Korean music group Noreum Machi reveal that traditional and contemporary are perfect partners in this world-first music project.
Nobody does bizarre quite like the Japanese, and Hitoshi Matsumoto’s latest offering is right up there in the realm of cult classics. From the opening ‘disclaimer’ right until the final post credit scene, R100 is a laugh a minute story of a furniture salesman, Takafumi Katayama, who joins an exclusive S & M club for a year of dominatrix attention which is delivered at random times and places. The catch is, he can’t quit and has to stay the full year. Sounds easy, right?
A docu-drama about the impact that Japanese-Australians had on our country, specifically Yasukichi Murakami, a Japanese photographer who left a lasting legacy.
Adelaide’s LGBT community is growing hungry with anticipation for the official launch of the Feast Festival’s 2014 program, with just one week to go before the full line-up is revealed.
Three heroines, Wonder Woman, Invisible Woman and Thief Catcher Chat must do battle against the forces of evil and each other when babies begin to go missing.
Ritesh Batra’s beautiful, quiet 2013 feature, The Lunch-box is one of this year’s OzAsia Festival film offerings. Winner of two prizes, including the Jury Grand Prize, at the Asia-Pacific screen awards, I am surprised that it has take so long to find its way to Australia.