Part modern myth, part horror story and part absurdist comedy, ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’ is like a car crash in slow motion, unsettling to watch but bizarrely fascinating.
It starts like a fever dream, then narrows in on a single motel during the city’s 1976 race riots. Challenging, and at times confusing, ‘Detroit’ places you right in the thick of it.
Sunshine, hours of local tunes and plenty of pooches made for a memorable Newtown Festival 2017. Thousands converged on Camperdown Memorial Rest Park to raise funds for the Newtown Neighbourhood Centre.
It almost feels like a visit to a small scale museum of natural history, that’s if the museum was also staging gut-wrenching irony… Now showing at 4a Centre for Contemporary Asian Art.