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The 2019 Academy Award nominations are in and the nominees are… mostly white and very male.
Political rumbles, Netflix in from the cold and a pair of brilliant Australians in the spotlight - some of the real stories behind the glamour.
Lost and Found did not make the final nomination list for the Oscars, but another opportunity finds a wealth of animated shorts.
Artback NT secures touring funding from Playing Australia, 2019 Hazel Rowley Literary Fellowship shortlist revealed, Wheeler Centre announces additional Fellowships, and more.
A good year for Australian films overseas, pushed by Peter Rabbit, but with Mary Magdalene and Upgrade to put more lettuce in the salad.
Artist in Residence program will bring a range of individual approaches to the hit-making production studio that brought us Peter Rabbit and The Lego Movie.
The Labor Party promises to double regional arts support, keep the Powerhouse Museum at its Ultimo location and increase support for Western Sydney.
Sydney Theatre Awards announced as Queensland’s Matilda Awards and Tasmanian Theatre Awards reveal nominations.
Storm Boy is a tad fragile but came out well enough to provide hope and will probably have a long life.
The list of Australian winners at Flickerfest brings new names to the festival circuit. We will hear more about these.
A change of dancers for Sydney Dance Company, new Director at Adelaide Film Festival, and more.
James Dickinson, the new CEO of Screenrights, sketches a vision of evolutionary improvement.
The small group of artistic directors of major Australian film festivals is once again complete.
We are hopeless fans of the animated short Lost and Found. Now it is on the hunt for an Oscar along with the love of Hollywood animators.
Brett Whiteley is no longer exclusive to the visual arts, but has become part of Australian mythology. ArtsHub speaks with those involved in creating this landscape of memory, to ask: why now?
On our radar this week are Australian series The Family Law and Bloom, and Netflix Originals Shirkers and Private Life. Also, NITV curates a ripper collection in the lead-up to Australia Day.
Art Stage Singapore cancelled, Next Wave calls on artists for form government, MPavilion extends summer program, and more.
As beancounters raid Australian production courses, international educator and film critic Adrian Martin finds the perfect film school. In Spain. The EQZE is truly unique.
How do we see ourselves in the current whirl of change? In some vast anthill, owning nothing, imitated by machines smarter than we are? Certainly, flexibility will help.
Fifty Squared Art Prize 2019 winners announced, Australia Council grant recipients revealed, CIAF granted $150,000 state funding, and more.
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