Elise Müller was 32 when she met Théodore Flournoy at a spiritualist séance in Geneva. Their meeting marks a radical turning point in the career of the medium who then produced, over a period of more than 6 years, two pieces of fiction matched by the invention of imaginary languages.
In 1895 Oscar Wilde is at the very peak of his literary career. A few days after the St James’s Theatre première of his play The Importance of Being Earnest, the Marquess of Queensbury leaves his calling card at Wilde’s club carrying the scrawled inscription: ‘posing somdomite’
In a frontier town of northern Australia’s Kimberley Region, an urban street warrior meets his match in a local cop. Performances and stories from real people in Kimberley are woven through the music of legendary Broome musicians, The Pigram Brothers.