(M) There’s a strikingly beautiful moment in Simon Baker’s film of Tim Winton’s 2008 book, Breath, in which two boys in their early teens witness the joys of surfing for the first time. That revelation changes the life of 13-year-old Bruce, whose nickname is Pikelet, and his best friend, 14-year-old Ivan (Ben Spence), also known as Loonie. Impressed with the grace and beauty of the surfing they’ve witnessed, Pikelet and Loonie decide to try the sport for themselves, first by using very cheap styrofoam boards. But then they encounter Sando, a scruffy, bearded, suntanned outdoorsman who takes the boys, especially Pikelet, under his wing. Avengers: Infinity War Barry Humphries: The Man Behind the Mask Celebrated performer Barry Humphries comes to Sydney’s International Convention Centre with The Man Behind the Mask: an intimate, revelatory evening in which Humphries lays bare highly personal, and occasionally outrageous, anecdotes from his life. Part of the Vivid Live festival. Sydney Opera House, Concert Hall, Bennelong Point. May 31, 8pm. Tickets: $69-$109. Bookings: (02) 9250 7777. Dreams (Daniel Johns & Luke Steele) draws from his first survey exhibition and displays several of his works across diverse mediums including photography, video, sculpture and performance. UNSW Galleries, corner of Oxford Street and Greens Road, Paddington. Inquiries: (02) 8936 0888 or online. Until July 14.