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Here's a feast of tight, gripping, intelligent films to leave you gasping and intrigued. Flawed maybe, but pure cinema.
A scrumptious mix of uniquely created characters and superbly delivered comic dialogue.
A polished and rare outing of an impressive young vocal ensemble.
Tackling the animated classic, Tim Burton’s live-action remake only soars in fits and bursts.
Beatrice Neumann talks development ahead of her Screen Tank program that preferences emerging women creators.
Deborah Mailman strengthens the industry side of the board, and brings an important voice from a wider, grittier Australia.
What drives a collector to amass artworks, build a multi-million dollar museum to house them, then happily hand it over?
At last one political party supports the screen sector with concrete proposals - and it is the one party which is effectively useless. But the government might do a Fagin to our Oliver Twist on budget night.
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A new installation created by Perth-based artist Bruno Booth gives insight into the hostile infrastructural environment which people living with disability have to navigate.
Perfectly placed, this production was performed at the intimate Genesian Theatre, where in the early 1970s a young actor called Nick Enright began working and performing.
Covering vast distances, the Northern Territory Travelling Film Festival poses unique challenges, but festival director Britt Guy isn't complaining.
The 50th anniversary of the SBW Stables Theatre in Kings Cross has been supported with a federal grant to Griffin Theatre Company, which calls the Stables home.
Compendium film project The Wisdom Line celebrates one of our great rock/ethnographic film composers and activists, David Bridie.
More aptly "wet" side story, the show on the harbour opened, but it was a lost opportunity as a classic line was favoured over a more contemporary lens.
The plot of The Overnight Kidnapper will puzzle most readers and keep them guessing to the end.
Sliding between abstraction to quirky realism, the Tom Malone Prize for glass demonstrates that the medium is dynamic and current.
Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize semi-finalists announced, Indie Book award winners celebrated, 2018 Performing Arts WA Awards nominees revealed, and more.
An open letter from over 80 prominent Australians has criticised the proposed upgrade of this iconic Canberra institution.
A new play by Kate Mulvany is impeccably realised in this outstanding Ten Days on the Island and Tasmanian Theatre Company co-production.
Brookman looks back on the challenges and highlights of his term as Artistic Director after seven years at the company’s helm.
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