Culture Guide :: Dead men, Short Films and the last of the V8 Interceptors
September 23rd 2013
It’s hard to know what to do after work sometimes… when you’ve got The Z Factor and Please Date My Horribly Awkward Son doubling up on TV, how could you possibly consider heading back outside?! Luckily, we’re keeping our eyes out to bring you the best, brightest, and usually cheapest stuff on the Sydney arts and culture scene.
So when the lure of comfortable pants and reality TV threatens to maroon you on the shores of mediocrity, FBi’s culture guide has got you sorted…
Mon 23rd :: Get Cult with The Last of the V8 Interceptors
Monday nights at the Dendy are about reminiscing. Thinking back to a time when Mel Gibson just played slightly unhinged, dangerous characters on the big screen. Tonight you can revisit the original road warrior live on the big screen, and for only $12, that’s cheaper than a liter of petrol on a desolate, post apocalyptic future-highway!
WHAT: Cult Classics – Mad Max
WHERE: Dendy Newtown, 261-263 King St
HOW MUCH: $12
Tues 24th :: Broach the complex history between Australia and Timor L’este
Doku Rai: You, Dead Man, I Don’t Believe You delves into the history between Timor L’este and Australia through the storyof an immortal, trapped between the weight of past memory and future uncertainty.
Brought to you by The Black Lung Theatre and Whaling Firm [AUS], Liurai Fo’er and Galaxy [TIMOR-LESTE].
WHAT: Doku Rai: You, dead man, I don’t believe you
WHEN: Tuesday 8pm (runs until September 28)
WHERE: Carriageworks, 245 Wilson St Eveleigh
HOW MUCH: $35
Wed 25th :: Explore a bespoke curated program of short films.
Delve into the dark, twisted subconscious of film in this series that opens up a frenetic world that only shorts can illuminate. Featuring films from Harmony Korine, Film Bilder & Satchmo, and brought to you by East Sydney Creative.
Pop up Cinema presents a weekly curated program of short films throughout Art and About.
WHAT: Pop up cinema and bar: subliminal psychosis and paranoid perspectives
WHEN: Wednesday, 5-8pm
WHERE: Metroscreen, cnr Oatley Rd & Oxford St Paddington
HOW MUCH: FREE
Thurs 26th :: Laugh like it’s the day after.
Genevieve Fricker’s new show is songs and stories, some heartbreaking, some dumb, all presented for your personal hilarity. Tonight at the Factory Theatre as part of the Sydney Fringe.
It’s directed by Tommy Dassalo, with additional music by UNKLE DARYL.
WHAT: Genevieve Fricker: The Day After
WHEN: Thursday 7:30pm
WHERE: The Factory Theatre, 105 Victoria Rd Marrickville
HOW MUCH: $9
Fri 27th :: The weird and wonderful world of masks
Mils Gallery are celebrating their fourth birthday with a group showing of masks!
Featuring works by Eko Bambang Wisnu, Richard Butlin, Mia Clendinning, Luke Doyle, Simone Griffin, Ida Lawrence, Huw Lewis, Will Maguire, Wally McGregor, Adriano Rosselli, Roman Stachurski, Nicole Toms, Harry Townsend and Joe Wilson
WHAT: Headgear 3
WHERE: Mils Gallery, 15 Randle St Surry Hills
HOW MUCH: FREE
Don’t forget to tune in to Arvos on FBi for more Culture Guide– each weekday at 4:30pm.