PIAF Blog: Review

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Tuesday 21 February

Small Voices Louder: Zigge Gray Review

We ask our Young Curator Zigge Gray to review Small Voices Louder – our outspoken interactive show just for kids.

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Tuesday 21 February

Small Voices Louder: Jarvis Hicks Review

Small Voices Louder is the kids-only show that connects little voices, and their big ideas, to adult ears. We ask our Kid Curator, and self-proclaimed attention hog, Jarvis Hicks to review this interactive experience.

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Monday 20 February

Small Voices Louder: Navaneeth Nanda Review

We’ve asked our Kid Curator Navaneeth Nanda about his Small Voices Louder experience.

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Monday 20 February

Small Voices Louder: Genevieve Clements Review

We asked our nine year old Kid Curator Genevieve Clements what she thinks about Alex Desebrock's Small Voices Louder.

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Friday 17 February

Small Voices Louder: Michelle Loh Review

We’ve asked our Kid Curator Michelle Loh to test drive Small Voices Louder and tell us what she thinks.

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Tuesday 14 February

Kid Curator Reviews: Small Voices Louder

We’ve asked some of our Kid Curators to test drive the interactive work Small Voices Louder and tell us what they think.

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Tuesday 14 February

Top 5 Picks: Jeffrey Jay Fowler from The Last Great Hunt

There is not a show in the program that didn't stir some kind of interest in me. But there are five shows I'm especially keen for.

Lotterywest Festival Films Blog

Friday 2 December

Lotterywest Festival Films: Little Men

A beautifully bittersweet film about two teenage boys trying to remain friends as a feud escalates between their parents. Thoughtful, moving and impeccably acted, you won’t want to leave the company of these quality characters.

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Friday 2 December

Lotterywest Festival Films: The Teacher

The teacher is Mrs Drazdechova (Zuzana Mauréry) – a corrupt bully with es to the state communist party – who gives good grades in exchange for favours to help her get ahead. Pacy, gripping and injected with humour, star Mauréry recently won best actress at the Karlovy Vary Interna onal Film Festival for her lead performance in this compelling dramedy.