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Encore: Anything Goes
Filmed live in our Theatre, this new 5-star production of the classic musical comedy features an all-star cast led by renowned Broadway royalty Sutton Foster as Reno Sweeney.
T A P E Collective Presents: Trippin' Over My Tongue
Whether it’s learning or losing a language, the programme looks at the barriers raised when the mother tongue isn't as fluent as we want, or the words simply slip away.
T A P E Collective Presents: Call Me by My Name
It’s an experience not uncommon within a diaspora to have your name viewed as too foreign or exotic, and subject to either whitewashing or clumsy - and sustained - mispronunciation.
The Drover's Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson + ScreenTalk
Leah Purcell adapts her own play of the 19th century short story to create a fierce, feminist Australian revenge western.
Spear (15*) + ScreenTalk
First Nations stories, past and present, are evoked through movement and dance in an extraordinary indigenous dance film from choreographer Stephen Page.
Firestarter - The Story of Bangarra + ScreenTalk
The history of the iconic Indigenous Australian dance company is told through fascinating interviews and glorious archive footage.
Radiance + ScreenTalk
Sparks fly when three sisters reunite after the death of their mother in this beautifully acted directorial debut from Rachel Perkins, newly restored.
After the Apology + Introduction
Four Indigenous Australian women fight to win custody of their grand kids in Larissa Behrendt’s doc, made after the official apology to the ‘stolen generations’.
We Don't Need a Map
Warwick Thornton considers the spiritual meaning of the Southern Cross constellation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in this provocative documentary.
Three Films by Tracey Moffatt
In her marvellous feature debut artist Tracey Moffatt tells three unique tales of the supernatural, screening alongside two of her best short films.