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BRUCE Beresford is so central to the Australia cinema - he directed Breaker Morant, Don's Party, The Club and The Getting of Wisdom - that it would be inconceivable without him.
THE doors on its offices in Elizabeth Street are locked and the letterbox is stuffed with unopened mail.
Giving up their day jobs is out of the question for Melbourne band ROOT!
IT WAS an unforgettable image. The blackened branches of two blasted tree stumps crafted into a subtle outline.
Meet Sydney actress Marika Aubrey. Amongst the doom and gloom of Kookaburra's apparent demise, she is the last person standing from the cast of I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change.
IT'S just an illusion that the same old comedians return to the Adelaide Fringe every year to crack their jokes and do their schtick.
ATOP giant, upturned eggshells, the male dancers in the cast await instruction. The women, wearing leotards and rehearsal skirts, watch and wait.
WHEN Australian cabaret star Paul Capsis decided to cut his defining long hair, people on two continents were drawn into the discussion.
One of Adelaide's last art deco cinemas is facing an uncertain future.
Newcastle filmmaker Genevieve Clay has won Tropfest 2009 with her short film Be My Brother.
Australian Heath Ledger has become only the second actor in Oscars history to win a posthumous Academy Award.
Writing exclusively in today's Guardian Review, the author suggests that she was "stampeded" into a misconception by a publicity campaign for Bedell's book, berates Bedell for using the word "ban", and declares she has been left with egg "all over my face".
Whitbread prize-winning Irish author Christopher Nolan died this morning in a Dublin hospital, aged 43.
With wonderful irony, the British Library announced yesterday that it had bought an edition of the book, an artefact that is at once rare, unusual and significant.
A dark and gothic fairy story by a debut novelist has won the Waterstone's children's book prize. The Thirteen Treasures by Michelle Harrison is set in the present day but tells a classic, Grimm-style story of a girl who can see fairies, and tries to solve a mystery that has haunted her family for generations.
Salman Rushdie and Philip Hensher are to go head to head for the second time in six months after both authors made it onto the regional shortlist for the Commonwealth writers' prize.
Leading figures from the art world have launched a campaign to reverse stringent visa controls which they claim are preventing top foreign musicians, actors and artists from visiting Britain.
A steep decline in sponsorship will reshape cultural life in Britain if businesses bow to criticism about money being "wasted" on the arts.
It is the first time since 1995 that a collection of emerging, British-based artists has been exhibited abroad on this scale.
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