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The Great Southern

Welcome to the Great Southern program, blending gems from around the world with the distinctive culture of the south. There is something for everyone, from the finest in international chamber music to toe-tapping world music in Borden, while Noongar Culture will be the catalyst for a gathering of weavers from different nations. It is a proud reflection of your community and I invite you to be part of it.

Many thanks to our partners in the Great Southern and to Program Manager Rod Vervest, who make this possible.

-Shelagh Magadza, Artistic Director

To receive a hard-copy of The Great Southern brochure, click here.

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How I Ended This Summer
Tue 15 Feb-Thu 17 Feb 2011

A vividly evoked tale of lunacy, fear and wonder set against the desolate backdrop of the Arctic Circle more details

Kawasaki's Rose
Tue 15 Feb-Thu 17 Feb 2011

A stirring meditation on collective memory and the complex moral dilemmas faced by those living under authoritarian rule more details

Tue 22 Feb-Thu 24 Feb 2011

The infectious Northern Soul music scene of 1970s England comes to life more details

The Refuge
Tue 22 Feb-Thu 24 Feb 2011

A young woman flees a past she cannot confront and a future she has yet to accept more details

The First Beautiful Thing
Tue 01 Mar-Thu 03 Mar 2011

A touching and often funny drama about family and forgiveness more details

In A Better World
Tue 01 Mar-Thu 03 Mar 2011

A richly constructed drama about the choice between revenge and forgiveness more details

The City Of Your Final Destination
Tue 08 Mar-Thu 10 Mar 2011

Anthony Hopkins, Laura Linney and Charlotte Gainsbourg in a James Ivory romantic drama more details

Desert Flower
Tue 08 Mar-Thu 10 Mar 2011

The inspiring and riveting true story of Waris Dirie more details

Certified Copy
Tue 15 Mar-Thu 17 Mar 2011

Juliette Binoche in a playfully romantic film about love, art and the powers of perception more details

Life During Wartime
Tue 15 Mar-Thu 17 Mar 2011

Todd Solondz's engrossing 'quasi-sequel' to Happiness more details