Although the season is finished— having sold out many of its shows— we should look to Brushstroke Productions and its wonderfully talented youth in the artistic year to come.
It will help you realise what may be difficult for you to see. It brings home a hard-hitting truth – that by keeping an addict in the family home, you are just as bad as the drug dealers themselves – and this play explains exactly why.
It’s an underdog… A cliched underdog
While this evocative Norweigan art-house could have ended 20 minutes earlier, it sets a high bar for upcoming horror films this year
“I get wound up, frustrated and motivated but in this film the charismatic Tupac, although wielded a stern face or a captivating smile, just didn’t hit those emotions.”
Hot, sweaty, Australian summer. The time of year when the smell of SPF 50+ sunscreen reigns supreme. When Zooper Doopers monopolise the icy pole industry. And you hold weird poses to avoid [ … ]
This fairytale-type film does seem amazingly unique in its tone and feel, but not in the actual story or selection of characters
Already considered one of the best films of 2018, what better way to start off the year than with a brilliant film from writer-director Martin McDonagh.
Director Sean Baker wowed critics and audiences in 2015 with his iPhone shot film titled Tangerine about a transgender prostitute who goes after his cheating boyfriend after being released from [ … ]
Ben Elton is one of the finest talents living in Western Australia, as he’s done quite a lot in the writing scene. From the last 3 seasons the TV show [ … ]