Spending nine months cut off from the world in Antarctica is as close as you can get on Earth to the conditions astronauts face on a trip to Mars. No wonder NASA’s studying them. So too is Catalyst’s Mark Horstman who reports on the Tassie training regime for those heading to Davis Station.
OLIVE KITTERIDGE 6. 3 0PM, S HOWCASE Handsomely made and well performed though perhaps less engaging than the rave reviews suggest. Watching grumpy Olive (Frances McDormand) dispensing harsh truth bombs in this melancholy series of vignettes really does seem like watching a novel brought to life.
EUROS OF HOLLYWOODYWOOD 8. 3 0PM, ARENA LAMagazine put it best est when they said EurosofHollywoodood “lives up to low expectations”. Youu already know what you’re in for: big personalities, loud voices and crazy accents as six “outrageous” Europeans peans chase the American dream, including a pop p diva (right) who’s the “Madonna of Albania” and the Danish “king of bling”. ng”. You’re supposed to laugh ugh at them, and vaguely envy vy them, all at once.