Brought back to Australian cinemas amid the buzz surrounding new van Gogh biopic At Eternity’s Gate, which has garnered actor Willem Dafoe an Oscars nod, this documentary emphasises the Post-Impressionist painter’s artistic development.
Under the lively direction of conductor Benjamin Northey, the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra presented delightful evidence of its considerable abilities through this introductory program comprising three very different courses.
Exuberant song and dance are interwoven with excerpts from speeches and numerous vignettes in this potted political and personal history of Nelson Mandela as a key force behind the eventual embrace of democratic elections in South Africa.
I, Claude Monet presents the human being behind some of the western world’s most admired and influential paintings.
The Gods of Strangers will strike a chord for many theatregoers, whether involved in migration to Australia or otherwise touched by significant loss and displacement.
Stunning images of contemporary Spitfire flights are interwoven with historic wartime footage and interviews with former pilots in this new documentary about the iconic fighter plane.