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Aussie film blazes trail with iTunes release

Geoff Morrell, Noni Hazlehurst and Angus Sampson in <em>The Mule,</em> which will be released on iTunes on November 21.

THE Mule co-writer, co-director and star Angus Sampson is making a pioneering move for the Australian film industry. more »

FILM REVIEW Interstellar

Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway star in Christopher NolanInterstellar.' />

PREPARE to have your mind bended, kneaded and pummelled harder in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar than the director’s cerebral and exposition-heavy Inception. more »

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Husky heats up Bakery with new LP

Melbourne band Husky will perform in Perth on December 5.

HUSKY keyboardist and vocalist Gideon Preiss says “at the risk of sounding a bit corny” he is proud of the Melbourne indie folk band’s second album Ruckers Hill, released last month in the lead-up to a national tour. more »

Thirsty Merc hit Perth for 10-year anniversary tour

Perth band Thirst Merc have teamed up for an acoustic version of their debut album.

BEING a nostalgic person, it made perfect sense for Thirsty Merc frontman Rai Thistlethwayte to revisit the band’s platinum debut album for its 10th anniversary. more »

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When gentleman waged war

Last Gentlemen of War curator Annie Boyd with Jandakot MLA Joe Francis, who has donated the memorial bouquet bow pictured to the exhibition. Picture: Elle Borgward

THE mystery surrounding the fate of the HMAS Sydney remained unsolved until the wreck was discovered in 2008. more »

Comedy holds mirror to marriage

Alan Morris and Nicola Bond will star in Harbour Theatre

WINNING a holiday to the most romantic city in the world will either make or break the passionless pair at the heart of Harbour Theatre’s new show April in Paris. more »

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Five-star fish on budget

Bookings for six or more are advisable at Paul Zammit’s A Fish Called Inglewood. Picture: Marcus Whisson    d428419

WANDA might not have moved into Beaufort Street but a Fish Called Inglewood certainly has. more »

Let them eat cake

Marie Antoinette cafe owners Pierre and Sarah Aubault. Inset: One of the cafe’s sweet treats.

A BACKGROUND in French baking and a passion for food is what led husband and wife team Sarah and Pierre Aubault to start their French cafe glacier Marie Antoinette in Cottesloe. more »

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