Theatre: Hir a Hit

Theatre: Hir a Hit

    Hir is a black comedy written in 2015 by multi-talented, multi award winner Taylor Mac. He is one of the world’s leading theatre artists. This play is a major work in American theatre made in this century. It addresses current concerns of the decline of...
Film: Unsane

Film: Unsane

      Steven Soderberg is a director/writer well known for his devotion to technique and process – the realization of an idea. Unsane is an experimental film, a psychological thriller with a bit of horror and humour thrown in. Made entirely on an...
Film: The Divine Order

Film: The Divine Order

    Swiss women had to wait until 1971 to be able to vote and 1985 to open a bank account in their own name. Married men were legally able to prevent a wife working outside their home or sign a contract for an apartment. It would seem that would be against...
Film: The Death of Stalin

Film: The Death of Stalin

  Black comedy couldn’t get much darker than in this film, which was banned in the Soviet Union. Directed and co-written by Armando Iannucci (In the Loop, Veep, The Thick of It) it is loosely based on a French graphic novel by Fabian Nury and Thierry Robin about...
Film: Under the Tree

Film: Under the Tree

    This is the Australian premiere and the third feature film from director Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurjonsson. It is set in Iceland’s capital, Reykjavik, where there is a vibrant film culture funded by the government. It is a black comedy/drama, spiced...
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