Tag Archives: Tim Burton

Q&A with Emma Dean – Emma & The Hungry Truth

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Brisbane based six-piece Emma & The Hungry Truth can best be described as a combination of theatrical pop, tribal beats, soaring vocals and break-your-heart lyrics. With the launch of their debut EP “Feast” singer/songwriter Emma Dean took time out to answer a few questions for LifeMusicMedia.com

:: What track changed your life ::

“Last Goodbye” – Jeff Buckley

:: What is your favourite Album ::

“Under The Pink” – Tori Amos
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The Art of The Nightmare Before Christmas : ACMI, Melbourne from July 18th 2010 [Free event]

  The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) launches a free Sunday Talks program to coincide with Tim Burton: The Exhibition, beginning with an insight into a Burton favourite, The Nightmare Before Christmas, on Sunday 18 July.

The program brings together artists and composers whose work has a particular relationship to the work of Tim Burton with commentators who will lead discussion about Burton’s work.

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Tim Burton: The Exhibition @ ACMI, Melbourne [Photo Gallery]

Photographer: Naomi Rahim – Design & Photography

Photographer: Naomi Rahim – Design & Photography

Naomi Rahim – Design & Photography attended the opening night of Tim Burton: The Exhibition @ ACMI Melbourne, capturing the action on the red carpet and bringing you her wonderful images of The Exhibition.

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Tim Burton: The Exhibition @ MoMA, Melbourne Jun-Oct 2010

Click here to view our wonderful images from the opening night!

Explore the creative genius behind Edward Scissorhands, Batman and Alice in Wonderland.

From June to October 2010, ACMI hosts a unique exhibition direct from The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York. An Australian exclusive, Tim Burton: The Exhibition is a landmark exhibition charting Tim Burton’s creative vision and process from his earliest work to the spectacular Alice in Wonderland.
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CD Review: Whimsical Fantasy

CD Review-Whimsical Fantasy

Spiky    This is the first CD from talented French composer Guillaume ‘Spiky’ Muller and it is astounding. Spiky trained in Piano & Musical Theory at the Castle Of Becheville Conservatorium France since 1995 and has the demeanor, passion and Gothic ambiance.. of someone who trained in a castle. Combining a dark and twisted universe influenced by Tim Burton or Terry Pratchett, with symphonic metal and a hint of chaos theory, it’s like an orgasm for your ears.
 
Opening with the powerful Void Factory. The CD focuses on the story of reluctant hero Nescii (meaning” ignore “in Spanglish language), his call to adventure is strange and often surreal, through different terrain, such as the Enchanted Grounds,

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