FIRST TAKE with Jack and André #02 – Rocketman

FIRST TAKE Ep 02 sees Sir Elton’s biopic ‘Rocketman’ send Jack & André into a San Pellegrino-fuelled existential crisis from which only one woman can save them.

Legitimate Premise Alert! Kelsey Lu live review w/ cello.

Monday Arvos’ Tanya Ali reviews Kelsey Lu’s Opera House performance while Peter Hollo plays cello. Legit!

First Take SFF2019

FIRST TAKE with Jack & André #01 – Sydney Film Festival 2019

FIRST TAKE is a new video series starring filmlordes Jack and André giving their unvarnished reactions to the week’s cinematic fare. First in the firing line is SFF’s 2019 program

Is cry-dancing a thing? I’m making it a thing: an SMS review of Yaeji at the Opera House

Yaeji graced the Opera House stage, and we got the txt msg blow-by-blow as Tanya and Ella kept each other apprised of their feelings in real time lol.

Grime on the sails: Skepta takes the Opera House underground

Less of a performance, and more of a coup – Skepta storms the Opera House setting a new high-grime mark for the genre in Aus.

Exhibition: SUPERNATURAL and the thrill of the unreal

White Rabbit Gallery walks the line between the terrifying and the thrilling with their new exhibition, SUPERNATURAL.

Big Screen: Mary & The Witch’s Flower

There was a hole left in the film industry after Miyazaki quit as Studio Ghibli’s director. Who will step up to fill the void? James Ross reviews the latest offering from the legendary creator’s protégé, Hiromasa Yonebayashi.

Playmate: On The Border of Things

A talk, a bilingual performance piece, a video and an immersion into farm life – all in a small garage in Erskineville.

The Hanging: Moving Histories // Future Projections

One screen, ten of Australia’s leading female artists. Moving Histories // Future Projections brings together a series of video-based artworks to critique the impact of film throughout time.

The Hanging: Not Niwe, Not Nieuw, Not Neu

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.