Songs To Grow Up To: Lior discusses the art of songwriting at Beyond Festival 

“I remember standing side of stage when they were about to go on,” says Lior when I ask him about performing with Carole King and James Taylor. Read the rest

Cream Festival: A Review

A walk along Lake Burley Griffin near the end of winter can be quite a dismal affair: the deciduous trees sit naked and quivering in the cold air, and a nasty wind picks up small waves along the water’s edge. Read the rest

Icons – Sibelius: A Review

When faced with an empty Saturday night, would you rather: a) head to Civic and get #looseatmoose with public servants b) watch the Canberra Youth Orchestra perform at Llewellyn Hall? Read the rest

The Tempest: A Discussion

Last week Woroni caught up with Caitlin Overton and Felicity (Flick) Anderson – the director and dramaturg of NUTS’ upcoming play ‘The Tempest’ – to ask them a few questions about the upcoming production. Read the rest

The Red Turtle: A Review

The Red Turtle is a French-Belgian-Japanese film – WOW what a mix –  which premiered in the Un Certain Regard section of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival (if you do not know what that means please go educate yourself). Read the rest

Blair Witch: A Review

In 1999, the Blair Witch Project terrified audiences around the world. Its claim to be genuine “found footage” led many to believe that what happened to the three students in the Black Hills Forest was real.  In 2016, the sequel, Blair Witch, attempts to scare audiences in the same way as the original, only this time with more high-tech gadgets. Read the rest

The Confirmation: A Review

The Confirmation is simultaneously a heart-wrenching and heart-warming movie, in which Anthony and his father Walt spend a weekend together. Read the rest

Sully: A Review

In 2009, US Airways Flight 1549 was forced to land on the Hudson River after both of its engines were disabled – thanks to the heroics of Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger (Tom Hanks), all of the passengers and crew survived. Read the rest