Cin­ema

The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About -

Cres­cent Moon Bear In this fu­sion of sto­ry­telling and mu­sic, Iris Curteis and Alice Jami­son ex­plore the Ja­panese folk­tale of the Cres­cent Moon Bear, the story of a woman who seeks to heal her hus­band by ven­tur­ing into the moun­tain wilds to find a spe­cial po­tion. With mu­sic from Ja­panese com­poser Toru Takemitsu, the per­for­mance aims to cre­ate a lis­ten­ing ex­pe­ri­ence that com­bines an­cient tales spo­ken aloud and evoca­tive con­tem­po­rary clas­si­cal mu­sic. Syd­ney Phil­har­monic Choir Rooms, Pier 4, Walsh Bay, Hick­son Road. To­day, 7pm. Tick­ets: $15-$30. Book­ings online. Sea Cel­e­bra­tions at Baranga­roo Last month, the Cut­away, the new cul­tural precinct at Baranga­roo, launched a pro­gram of art in­stal­la­tions, talks and free per­for­mances, Czech & Slovak Film Fes­ti­val The con­tro­ver­sial film Pho­tog­ra­pher, about the life of po­lar­is­ing Czech con­tem­po­rary artist Jan Saudek, will open the sec­ond an­nual cel­e­bra­tion of Czech and Slovak cin­ema. Thirty fea­ture films, shorts and doc­u­men­taries are on the pro­gram, in­clud­ing Fair Play, a film about dop­ing in sport set in the 1980s; Mi­lan Cies­lar’s com­edy Life is Life (Zivot je zivot); and 38, a doc­u­men­tary about the life of the Slovak in­ter­na­tional hockey player Pavol Demi­tra, who died in a plane crash.

Sculp­ture by the Sea

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