French funksters Nouvelle Vague put an original twist on post-punk classics, serving up a live show with a sexy, cabaret edge, writes reviewer Alison Flett.
It takes a special kind of artistic brilliance to create an utterly compelling film in which nothing much happens. It's the sort of brilliance Jim Jarmusch has in spades and his latest film, Paterson, proves that beyond all doubt.
More crosstalk (Chinese stand-up) than innovative drama, Two Dogs reflects the anxieties of China’s beipiao - the thousands who flock to Beijing every week looking for golden opportunities in the great metropolis.
This complex and mesmerising OzAsia Festival show – incorporating clever video work and soundscapes – showcases Chinese artists at the cutting edge of contemporary dance.
Perfect Strangers, screening as part of the Italian Film Festival in Adelaide, is a modern take on the morality play with the mobile phone as the “God” who sees all.
'Red Sky Morning', the remarkable work of award-winning playwright Tom Holloway, is a dark, intense study of the hidden malaise at the heart of an ordinary Australian family.