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One new to brighten up the weekend but there are still some fine films on more limited release.
Adrian Martin examines two very different films about culture. Both are in the running for Sydney Film Festival's Documentary Australia Foundation Award.
Laura Mvula’s spectacular performance transcends the score while still paying respect to Gershwin’s original intentions.
Helen Dallimore captures the complexity of Garland’s character in a stellar performance.
Our greatest hurdle today is recognising the shift needed from disability access and awareness, to disability-led and employment.
A little less flash would have improved this concert from the Grammy-winning jazz pianist.
A rich, detailed world of female friendship and a waning party vibe are key pleasures in Sophie Hyde's latest feature.
A jazz legend pulls out all the tricks in a virtuoso ensemble.
Instead of ignoring their worst reviews on TripAdvisor, Mona plastered them on billboards in order to generate further interest in Hobart’s controversial private museum.
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THEM challenges dominant depictions of refugees but its focus on humanity can slip into melodrama.
Author Sebastian Smee, musician Holly Throsby and tech psychologist Jocelyn Brewer agree when it comes to switching off to embrace your inner life.
Best Newcomer Award at Sydney Comedy Festival, Adobe names ACU designer to watch, Top NT architecture award, plus more awards
The Creative State Summit highlighted immersive works including hotels becoming sets and abandoned buildings becoming canvases.
The sculptor-turned-singer’s free-flowing compositions defy categorisation.
There's not many keystrokes in a script. What happens if a writer is committed to building a story in their head before diving into the text? For Ted Chiang, wonderful stories.
Ditching the curtain, delivering surpluses, and winning international awards, Pinchgut is a young company changing the face of opera in Australia.
This is a lean, whip-smart play, about hope and community, private anguish, and terrible rage.
Artist-in-exile Badiucao goes incognito for serious reasons in new Australian documentary airing on the ABC.
They’re like a choral group that does really funny political commentary and jokes about masculinity.
Halibut on the Moon is a tragic biographical fiction on divorce, the nuclear family, maleness, guns and suicidal depression.
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