Welcome to Wonderland

Reviews

Ecgecentral Review By Dr Graham St John

Welcome to Wonderland is unique in the world of psy-trance documentaries. I've had the privilege of viewing a lot of psy-trance documentaries in recent times. Many are promotional - they are endor...

Drum Media Review By Lee Bemrose

Imagine watching a home movie. It's about your life, it features people you know and captures the essence of what you are about. Only thing is, you're not in the home movie and you have never met ...

Inpress Review By Andre Cato

More than a movie, but not quite a documentary, Welcome to Wonderland is a fictional story based in the real world of Australian dance music, filled with colour, sound and a bit of high-tech bush-...

In the Mix Review By Mark Luckey

Welcome to Wonderland captivates you from its first scene, a lone figure in a beautiful outback setting creating a moment of beauty over a haunting soundtrack. From there, you are taken on an amaz...

BPM Mag Review By Dave Mac

James Short, the Director of Welcome to Wonderland , has spent the past three years filming outdoor dance parties around Victoria (Australia) and independently producing his vision. Working in the...

Psyreviews By Damion

There's been an increasing number of trance-flavoured DVD's released lately, but this is in a class of its own. Instead of focusing on a particular festival, or on artists aligned to a particular ...

Review By Twobluefish

I'm reviewing a new DVD called Welcome To Wonderland. Double disc, one a documentary, the other a CD. It really captures the true spirit of what outdoor parties are all about. I've never been to a...

Short-Changed in Wonderland By Suzi Taylor

Pack your aerogard, glow sticks, angel wings, ear muffs, fluoro fluff and chuppa chups. We're off to Wonderland….. James Short has travelled a very long way since studying law in Queensland and pa...

Inthemix Review

I first met James Short following an introduction from a mutual friend back in early 2003. James was talking about editing footage from dance parties for a film he was creating called, ' Welcome t...