Australia


Three Musicians: Part 1 The Saxophonist and Composer

“I grew up exposed to Jazz from a young age through my parents' record collection.. they were also into a lot of folk, blues and world music too. But it wasn't until I got into the Conservatorium that I started exploring contemporary classic music...

Religion, Ritual and Theatre – Quiet Faith

Australian playwright David Williams’ unconventional theatre work, Quiet Faith, gets to the heart of many things – religion, belonging, community, conflicted loyalties and Christian Australia in its endless variety. Guest writer Lauren Carroll Har...

Flight Paths

Meet the playwright, Julian Larnach, and the Director, Anthea Williams, of the world premiere production from Riverside's National Theatre of Parramatta, Flight Paths.

Love, Laughs and Lebanese Classics at the Arab Film Festival

The 13th annual Arab Film Festival Australia returns in 2016 with a fusion of contemporary and traditional works in Arab cinema from Australia, Lebanon, Egypt, Iraq, Palestine, Syria, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Find out more about this years fantasti...

Yasukichi Murakami – Through A Distant Lens: Interview with Mayu Kanamori

“It is rare on our stages and screens to see Japanese Australians depicted as anything other than enemy soldiers, ruthless businessmen or clueless tourists.” – Annette Shun Wah, Yasukichi Murakami – Through a Distant Lens Producer. Right Now’s Kev...

5 REASONS YOU SHOULD SEE SHELLSHOCK

It has an amazing playwright. Shellshock is a new Australian play by Justin Fleming. Justin is one of the country’s most talented playwrights with a career that spans decades. His work has been produced all over Australia with large and small comp...