French-Algerian choreographer Hervé Koubi’s What the Day Owes to the Night is an exhilarating, explosive performance by 12 men who dance, leap and lift like Olympic athletes.
Eloquently narrated by writer Stan Grant and featuring AFL star Adam Goodes revealing his story in his own words, The Australian Dream is a brilliant exploration of racism in this country.
Juliette Binoche is outstanding as a divorced academic and author who searches for excitement on a social network site that blurs truth and fiction in the absorbing French film Who You Think I Am.
Australian musician Roscoe James Irwin re-creates the music of American jazz trumpeter and singer Chet Baker in this fittingly soulful tribute.
Broadway Bound (but not gagged) sees Sydney-born performer Kaye Tuckerman tell the tale of her dogged pursuit of the Broadway dream in a performance featuring songs ranging from musical classics to an ABBA medley.
Arielle Gray and Tim Watts are the exceptionally talented creators of New Owner and their ability to integrate puppetry, acting and animation in a story that genuinely appeals to audiences aged from seven to 70 is outstanding.