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Lumiere London 2018 dates, tickets and where to see the light festival

You might remember seeing pictures from 2016 of London’s biggest attractions covered in lights.

The Lumiere Festival was the culprit for that, and it was a massive attraction, bringing in millions of Londoners and tourists alike. 370 more words


Calexico to play at Colours Of Ostrava 2018

The Arizona based Calexico will bring their immediately recognizable indie rock music to Colours Of Ostrava 2018! 

The ninth studio album from Calexico, The Thread That Keeps Us is a timely snapshot of the Arizona-bred band: a family portrait capturing their stylistic variety and unpredictability while still finding solace in limitless creativity. 47 more words


Blank space to freak out in, AFRO-PUNK comes to Africa

The festival describes itself as “a blank space to freak out in, to construct a new reality, to live your life as you see fit, while making sense of the world around you”. 60 more words

Recognize Talent

Film fest rule number one: Don't show the Norwegian director your script!

This time, my second year volunteering in the Palm Springs International Film Festival, things were different. Instead of being an usher, taking tickets and biding time till the screenings let out, I signed up to drive VIPs around and maybe drive them crazy with my missed exits, one of which left the Norwegian director and me in deepest Norwalk. 4,488 more words


A Chocolate Recommendation for Valentine’s Day: Publisher's Corner

A roaring fire.

A box of chocolates.

A dozen roses.

Those are just some of the clichés attached to Valentine’s Day. For foodies, the clichés extend to dinner, either at a white tablecloth restaurant or cooked by some seemingly-adventurous man at home. 554 more words

Food & Drink


Some interesting statistics from the City of Fremantle:

Over 300 000 unique users viewed almost two million pages on the Fremantle Story website throughout the year. 442 more words

Western Australia

Sundance: How Will Festival Tackle #MeToo, Political Turmoil, and More?

June Pictures CEO Alex Saks was having an amazing 2017. Her first three productions sold to Focus, Netflix and eOne after their Park City premieres; A24 picked up her Oscar contender “The Florida Project” in Cannes; and her latest sales title, “Wildlife,” was selected for the U.S. 1,828 more words