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The International Film School Sydney delivers the first RED ONE camera to film students in Australia, just as applications close for 2009.
Faith Healer is the first in a trio of plays by Irish playwright Brian Friel, being performed by the Gate Theatre Dublin at NIDA’s Parade Theatre.
This Sydney Festival, children’s imaginations will be stretched far beyond oversized bananas and highly strung presenters. So too it seems, will the imaginations of adults.
A portrait by Francis Bacon could fetch up to £6 million at auction, 38 years after selling for £31,500.
The art world is plunging, along with the rest of the economy. Hooray.
The show is already the fastest selling on record, with £15 million in advance ticket sales banked before it opened last night at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, £3 million more than Dirty Dancing managed in 2006.
Composers from Schubert to Schoenberg featured under Alasdair Tait's direction of Viennese music at Royal Northern College.
Home-grown film-makers have never looked so promising since Chariots of Fire.
A family friend says Eartha Kitt, the singer, dancer and actress has died. She was 81.
A new film may have brought Harvey Milk back to life, but his spirit has always ruled the Castro cinema.
His posthumously published book 2666 has been hailed as 'the finest novel of the present century' and yet, until recently, the English-speaking world knew little of Roberto Bolaño. The colourful life and early death of the hard-living, rebellious Chilean writer are the stuff of literary legend, but does the work live up to the hype? Absolutely, writes Christopher Tayler.
We’ve all heard about dumbing down. But there is plenty of evidence that the opposite is also true. Is this, in fact, the age of mass intelligence?
The poster collection in “Off the Wall”, comes from the 20-odd factions of Lebanon’s 1975-90 civil war and shows that the shifting alliance of leftists and other radicals had artistic flair from the outset.
He smashed the china, soiled the sheets, sunbathed nude and was either drunk or stoned - Arthur Rimbaud was an impossible house guest, but he liberated the true poet in his lover Verlaine.
A more repellent personality would be hard to imagine, and yet Hedda Gabler is one of the eternal fascinators of the world stage.
By shining a spotlight on the terrorists, the filmmakers have left themselves open to accusations that they are legitimizing or glamorizing violence through artistic means.
David Cerny vowed yesterday to hand back all the public money he received for his EU sculpture although he was vague about the bulk £350,000 purse he was attempting to raise from private donors.
The president-elect's proposed Artists Corps is one plank in his push to revitalize the arts in education.
The Czech EU presidency has apologised for an art installation it commissioned that lampoons national stereotypes.
The premiere of a West End play directed by Kevin Spacey has been delayed for nine days.
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