It may look like just another action-driven heist film, but Shaun of the Dead director Edgar Wright's new movie is more than that - and it all comes down to the music, writers Heather Taylor Johnson.
What begins as a holiday romance quickly turns into a tense, claustrophobic thriller in this Australian film set in crumbling Berlin and starring Adelaide actress Teresa Palmer.
Discomfort and curiosity fuel the audience in MDLSX, an intelligent and rousing punk theatre monologue of one person’s story of being born a girl and reborn a boy.
This Adelaide Festival exclusive is a chance to get to know three prominent Asian-Australians who’ve made a cultural difference in this state, writes reviewer Heather Taylor Johnson.
If you’re going to a show called Children are Stinky and it’s put on by a circus act, you can guess what you might be in for – and with this show, you’d be right. ★★★★
Even film-goers who are sceptical when it comes to musical movies should surrender to La La Land, a magic love story about artists and their art form.