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PS5 shortages and COVID-19 didn't stop Sony's gaming division from recording its most profitable year in its 27-year history.
Physical is a 10-episode dark comedy about the world of 1980's aerobics, airing in June on Apple's subscription streaming service.
The series sees students participate in a social experiment where they learn about racial bias and how to make positive change.
Cinema Reborn is a weekend festival at Sydney's Randwick Ritz, re-presenting some classics remastered to their former glory.
At the moment, based on three first week takings, roughly two Kombats equal one Kong.
Among the winners at the 93rd Academy Awards ceremony were Facebook-owned tech giant Oculus and Electronic Arts studio, Respawn
Critics attacked Soderbergh's Academy Award ceremony for its anticlimax and lack of spectacle. But there were deserving winners, intimate moments and a real sense of an industry grappling with reality over fantasy.
Antifascist photography game Umurangi Generation cleaned up at NZ Games Fest's annual awards this year, with nods going to Best Friend Forever, Trigger Witch and more, across The Pavs ten categories.
The 93rd Academy awards winners have been announced. Here is the full list of nominees with winners highlighted.
Hobart’s Theatre Royal to seek new CEO, Creative Director appointed to White Night Bendigo and Geelong, Camerata appoints Executive Director, new staff join Music for Canberra, and more.
Jocelyn Moorhouse will direct the series based on Candice Fox's bestselling novel, Crimison Lake.
Australian filmmaker Eddie Martin is behind this doco, which reolves around Larry Clark’s 1995 cult classic film 'Kids'.
The distribution platform of choice for small, independent game developers coming to a major storefront in an interesting move.
This week: Cannes opens with Carax, ABC dramas 'Barons' and 'Troppo' get cracking, Beijing streamer iQiyi moves in, and Mighty Kingdom launches on the ASX.
Legs on the Wall collaborate with Willoughby Symphony, street theatre for Melbourne, record auction results for Australian artists, Olga Cironis survey exhibition for Perth, plus more arts news.
With the announcement of two of Australia’s most prestigious art awards this week – the $100,000 Ramsay Art Prize and 2021 NATSIAA Aboriginal Art Award – we get a look at the themes concerning artists emerging from a pandemic year.
It's been on the cards a few years, but the 8-part surf series is set to go, produced by 2Jons, Micanical Media and Fremantle.
From outdoor light events to public art using light and light exhibitions on right now – we bring you a suite of must-know lists as we head into this year’s illuminated festival season.
Beijing-based streaming platform iQiyi is coming to Australia in May to inject Asian content into the subscription video market.
Described as a ‘gripping’ and ‘gothic’ novel, Evie Wyld’s The Bass Rock has taken out the prize for Australian women’s writing worth $50,000.
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