Top 5 in entertainment this week
De La Soul
AND the Anonymous Nobody... is American iconic hip hop trio De La Soul's latest album, released last August .
The album is their first full-length release in 11 years.
The first single, Pain, featuring Snoop Dogg, was released on June 1 this year.
The group is best known for their eclectic sampling, quirky lyrics, and their contributions to the evolution of the jazz rap and alternative hip hop sub-genres.
With its playful wordplay, innovative sampling and witty skits, the band's debut album, 3 Feet High and Rising, is considered a hip hop masterpiece.
At the Beach Hotel, Byron Bay, Sunday from 8.30pm.
A SECOND screening of the award-winning film will be held due to popular demand.
When the Northern Rivers community found their home being threatened by gasfield industrialisation, a critical mass of citizens from all walks of life responded to the call.
At the Star Court Theatre in Lismore tomorrowat 6.30pm. $25.
DONI Raven is a haunting silent film backed with live performance by The Doni Raven Band.
This is an independent creation shot locally in the Byron Shire; a story about love, loss, good and evil.
Singer-songwriter Doni Raven delivers his live performance with raw, masculine energy and intensely honest lyrics which cut deep into the heart of the listener.
At Brunswick Picture House tomorrow from 7pm.
BYRON Community Primary School will be auctioning a number of items as a fundraiser at this weekend's Bernard Fanning show, the last one of his Civil Dusk tour.
The album peaked at No.2 on the ARIA album charts after its September release, and attracted four ARIA Awards nominations.
At The Northern in Byron Bay this Saturday from 7pm.
THE Power of the Daleks is one of the most celebrated Doctor Who adventures.
This new animation will be released 50 years after its only UK broadcast based on the 1966 show's original audio recordings, surviving photographs, and film clips.
At BCC Lismore cinemas this Saturday and Sunday at 1pm.
At the Byron Theatre on Wednesday, November 13, from 6.30pm.