Arts on Stream Film Festival

From stage to screen … all in a day’s work!

Event Type Activity
Event Focus Film
Event Reach All
Event Scope Local Community
Price 1 movie $10, 2 movies $18, 3 movies $25 (transaction fee applies)
Dates 29/07/2017 to 29/07/2017
Start Time 1:45pm
Performer Details Presented by Alexandrina Council In collaboration with Australian National Theatre Live (ANTLive) and Country Arts SA we present three great films which capture three of Australia’s best live theatre productions and show them on the big screen at Centenary Hall. Offering three fantastic performances to be presented on one day, ANTLive captures Australia’s most loved theatre productions and brings them to a theatre near you.
Location Centenary Hall

Film 1 at 1.45pm – ‘Rumpelstiltskin’ – Rated G

For the whole family, from 8 to 108! ‘Rumpelstiltskin’ - performed by State Theatre Company and Windmill Theatre. By Rosemary Myers and Julianne O’Brien, based on the tales by the Brothers Grimm. Spinning straw into gold is a party trick that will take you far. It can buy you a big house full of beautiful things, a wardrobe of designer clothes and a life of total luxury, but money, as they say, can’t buy you… Two people, once best friends, torn apart by desire for the things they cannot have. The exquisitely mercurial Paul Capsis stars as a shapeshifting imp whose thirst for vengeance may well bring him undone. He joins the team that brought you award winning ‘Pinocchio’, as they take on a new and equally fantastic fairy tale, with their unique brand of theatrical spectacular, rocking music and supreme silliness. ‘Rumpelstiltskin’ is full of twists and turns, it’s a whole new spin on a heart of gold.

Film 2 at 5.00pm – ‘Liberty, Equality, Fraternity’ – Rated M

Is Big Brother watching you? Produced by Sydney’s Ensemble Theatre, and written by Geoffrey Athereden, the creator of the famous ABC’s ‘Mother & Son’ comes ‘Liberty, Equality, Fraternity’, a laugh-out-loud parody of our surveillance society, where Australian politics and culture are put under the microscope. Orlagh O’Connor has never considered herself a threat to national security. So why is she under surveillance and being interrogated? In a very comedic way, Athereden tests our complacency about the State’s intelligence gathering, our impulse to share personal information with the social media world (Facebook, etc.) and our right to privacy. It stars Caroline Brazier from ABC’s ‘Rake’ and Andy Ryan from ‘INXS’ the TV series.

Film 3 at 7.30 pm – ‘The Wharf Revue’ – Rated M

‘The Wharf Revue’, presented by the Sydney Theatre Company, is a brilliant, witty satirical take on past and present indignitaries, where no politician or celebrity is safe! This performance celebrates the Wharf Review’s 15th year of producing works that mercilessly mock all the usual suspects through side-splitting satirical silliness and musical mayhem. Starring Amanda Bishop, Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsyth and Phillip Scott.

When: Sat 29 July ‘Rumpelstiltskin’ at 1.45pm, ‘Liberty, Equality, Fraternity’ at 5pm, ‘The Wharf Revue’ at 7.30pm

Duration: 125 minutes, 90 minutes, 100 minutes (60 minute break between sessions)

Cost: 1 movie $10, 2 movies $18, 3 movies $25 (transaction fee applies)

Age: ‘Rumpelstiltskin’ is rated ‘G’ – for general audiences 8 years and over. ‘Liberty, Equality, Fraternity’ and ‘The Wharf Revue’ have an M rating - Language and mild sexual references – for audiences 15 years and over.

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