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  • Highway to Hell: 10km of major Perth highway to shut for AC/DC covers concert October 20, 2019
    Ten slow-moving trucks topped with bands will take over Canning Highway in March – 40 years after Bon Scott’s deathAustralian music legend Bon Scott will get the epic tribute he deserves in March, when 10km of Perth’s Canning Highway will be closed for eight hours to host the world’s longest music festival stage: a roving […]
    Steph Harmon
  • Paris’s digital art museum launches ambitious interactive competition October 18, 2019
    Atelier des Lumières opens festival dedicated to graphic and immersive digital design, with surreal and exciting results Out of the darkness of the large stone foundry in Paris, Alice in Wonderland emerges. Flitting between the dimly lit woodland which has popped up around us and in search of adventures, Alice is off to explore a […]
    Bríd Stenson
  • Amazon's music festival prizes commerce over culture – it must be resisted October 18, 2019
    Amazon has announced a Las Vegas music festival called Intersect. Like so many other branded events today, it exists only to exploit artists and audiencesFirst it was books, then it was the Kindle. It was DVD box sets, then it was making the shows themselves. It was CDs, then it was streaming, and now, a […]
    Ben Beaumont-Thomas
  • 'Of course Marvel is cinema!' Why the Scorsese backlash is justified October 17, 2019
    Kevin Smith, Taika Waititi and James Gunn reject veteran film-maker’s dismissal of superhero movies as ‘theme park’ fare – while his output exposes a debt to spectacle and innovationWho decides what qualifies as “real cinema”? Martin Scorsese, possessor of perhaps the most potent reputation (as cineaste and film-maker) in Hollywood, has apparently decided that it […]
    Ben Child
  • Content warning: this festival is for 'generation snowflake' October 16, 2019
    Handle With Care, a three-week festival at Camden People’s theatre, aims to contest perceptions about millennials’ entitlement, fragility and offence-taking Handle With Care, the title of a new theatre festival in London about “generation snowflake”, is smartly ambiguous. Read as an instruction, it suggests fragility and echoes the accusations of hypersensitivity levelled against young people. […]
    Catherine Love
  • NSW premier dismisses coroner's call for pill testing before report is publicly released October 16, 2019
    Gladys Berejiklian says testing would give people ‘false sense of security’ despite leaked coronial findingsThe New South Wales premier, Gladys Berejiklian, has dismissed out-of-hand a coroner’s recommendation to introduce pill testing at music festivals in the state, before the official release of the findings.In a move labelled “disrespectful” by the parent of one overdose victim, […]
    Michael McGowan
  • No Bounds festival review – from bassline to ambient at Sheffield weekender October 14, 2019
    Various venues, SheffieldWith spectacular AV sets in a steelworks museum and immersive ambient in a swimming pool, local talent, international DJs and the city share equal billing The dance music festival calendar is largely defined by two elements: the summer months and European outfits such as Dekmantel and Dimensions. But No Bounds in Sheffield is […]
    Jemima Skala
  • 'Glacial change': film industry is slow to reform despite #MeToo October 14, 2019
    Progress towards equality in the entertainment industry has been patchy, say campaigners#MeToo two years on: Weinstein allegations ‘tip of iceberg’, say accusersTwo years ago, the entertainment industry became the primary focus of discussions over abuse, harassment and decades of ingrained sexism after allegations against Harvey Weinstein rocked Hollywood and kickstarted the wider #MeToo movement.While a […]
    Lanre Bakare
  • All-female line-up makes statement at Hear Her festival October 13, 2019
    Event took place at Sandford holiday park in Poole and featured Shura and KT TunstallA rainy caravan park on the south coast of England might seem an unlikely place to make a feminist statement. But this weekend, at Sandford holiday park in Poole, an uprising of women in music took place with Hear Her festival, […]
    Aimee Cliff
  • Martin Scorsese defends decision to make deal with Netflix for The Irishman October 13, 2019
    Director says no one else in Hollywood would back his new film The Irishman after costs soared due to pioneering ‘de-aging’ technologyMartin Scorsese has wrapped up the London film festival with a defence of the streaming giant Netflix, who stepped in to finance his new film when other backers dropped out.Speaking at a press conference […]
    Andrew Pulver