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International theatre companies to perform in Short+Sweet week 8

By at February 24, 2014 | 12:23 pm | 0 Comment

International theatre companies  to perform in Short+Sweet week 8

With Short+Sweet Theatre festival entering the 8th week, the competition is getting tougher. Among the highlights, two international companies feature: Indian theatre company CreaShakthi presents their Chennai’s Short+Sweet winning play "The Quest"; while a Malaysian team likewise brings their own winning play "Good Girls" from Kuala Lumpur. Week 8 is attributed to more...

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“An Aussie on an American Campaign Trail’

By at February 20, 2014 | 1:16 pm | 0 Comment

“An Aussie on an American Campaign Trail’

A mixture of nervousness and trepidation overcame me as I walked into the campaign office  for David Alvarez. Being in a foreign country and working with a different set of strategies and concepts, I was concerned that my campaigning skills were not up to standard. I have worked on numerous campaigns in Australia over the past ten years, but understanding how the more...

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‘Happy times ahead for Amar’

By at February 18, 2014 | 3:54 pm | 0 Comment

‘Happy times ahead for Amar’

Amardeep Saran, a muscular guy with undulating muscles is an engaging actor with boundless enthusiasm for the process of creating a character from the page to the screen. Destiny decides your fate and this holds true for Amardeep as well who after completing his degree in Physiotherapy chose acting as a career. Amardeep was always fascinated by acting, so after more...

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BJP intensely interested in the Indian Diaspora in Australia: Michelle Rowland

By at February 18, 2014 | 1:29 pm | 0 Comment

BJP intensely interested in the Indian Diaspora in Australia: Michelle Rowland

I was delighted to be received at the headquarters of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in New Delhi on Saturday February 1, honoured with a citation and an audience with some of its leading personnel, along with several of its Parliamentarians. Hosted by the Overseas Friends of BJP and its Chairman, Vijay Jolly, this was an expected but welcome opportunity to exchange more...

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‘Bollywood is a cinema of attractions and entertainment: Amit Sarwal’

By at February 8, 2014 | 11:15 am | 0 Comment

‘Bollywood is a cinema of attractions and entertainment: Amit Sarwal’

University of Newcastle is gearing up for the two day event to celebrate 101 years of Indian Cinema.  The event will include ‘Bollywood 101 Film Festival’ on Feb 20 at the Tower Cinema and ‘Bollywood and Its Other (s)’ conference on Feb 21  at the TV Studio, ICT Building, DCITT, University of Newcastle, Callaghan. “It is a great opportunity for all the more...

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‘Week 5 of Short+Sweet attributed to interstate and regional artists’

By at February 7, 2014 | 12:23 am | 0 Comment

‘Week 5 of Short+Sweet attributed to interstate and regional artists’

The annual festival of 10-minute plays is on and every week has something new for its audience. This week’s line-up features a number of visiting interstate and regional artists. The play, ‘Between Water and Air’ is presented by Melbourne theatre company Dramatic Pause and imagines a philosophical discussion between a goldfish and a parrot. Written by Hayley more...

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Short+Sweet – Dubai’s biggest and best theatre festival returns with ‘big-bang’

By at January 24, 2014 | 5:49 pm | 0 Comment

Short+Sweet – Dubai’s biggest and best theatre festival returns with ‘big-bang’

After the smash hit success of the first ever Short+Sweet Dubai in 2013, the Dubai version of the largest festival of 10-minute plays in the world will return bigger and better in February this year. Short+Sweet Dubai 2014 will include something for everyone - comedy, drama, romance and thrillers – and all in just 10 minutes! It will be held at DUCTAC in the Mall more...

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‘The Colour Of Darkness portrays intercultural tensions’

By at January 23, 2014 | 5:45 pm | 0 Comment

‘The Colour Of Darkness portrays intercultural tensions’

“The Colour of Darkness” as the name suggests, is an independent film set in two continents dealing with themes of the possibilities of discrimination and violence. It explores India’s caste system, a prevalent entrenched class system which is often glossed over in the multi-million dollar film industry of Bollywood, and is rarely referenced in international more...

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My autobiography will expose bitter truths of industry: Alex

By at January 21, 2014 | 4:32 pm | 0 Comment

My autobiography will expose bitter truths of industry: Alex

Guralambir aka Alex Singh is focussed to promote his passion for film and cinema through his work. He moved to Melbourne in 2006 to explore cinematic aspects of west and did a course in Film Production from Monash.  In 2007 he became a victim of racial attack and that was the turning point in his life. Adding feathers to his cap, this year this young and enthusiastic more...

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‘Mistress of Spices: Faiza Rehman’

By at January 21, 2014 | 2:54 pm | 0 Comment

‘Mistress of Spices: Faiza Rehman’

Faiza Rehman, saw her dreams become reality when she was selected to compete in MasterChef Australia, 2013. Her enthusiasm and dedication make her a great chef and at a very young age she has made her own place in the food industry by setting marks in ‘Master Chef Australia’. Faiza is a young enthusiastic Muslim girl from Pakistan with strong skills in traditional more...

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