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25 Jul 2014
$100K prize goes to a work that tackles racism in sport and celebrates Indigenous footballers.
UCLA Screenwriting and Producing lecturer Wendall Thomas is returning to Melbourne with a new swag of script theory goodies.
Nadia Tass is presenting the play The Flick at the MIFF. The story centres around a cinema's move away from 35mm.
Wry and amusing, Louise O' Dwyer's concluding persona both openly praises and condemns her own acting capabilities.
ABC's new Head of Content and Creative Development surely doesn't come from the ABC mould. But he did spot the power of le Tour.
Hackneyed adjectives like ‘new and different’ hardly touch on the reality of this amazing production.
A live performance industry veteran has become the first recipient of a new, national award.
Kathryn Marquet’s great skill has been to create a play that investigates alienation not up in the skies but within our own lives.
An enjoyable and enthusiastic ride through many a horror staple, complete with the necessary scares and laughs.
The feature is fast in its developments, furious in its spirit, and finessed in exploring teens doing the brave thing.
Iranian American filmmaker Desiree Akhavan plays a bisexual woman struggling to cope after the demise of her relationship.
The architects dominated the field with a win and commendations in the Australian Institute of Architects’ international prizes.
The winner of the $100,000 Basil Sellers Art Prize will be announced at the Ian Potter Museum of Art in Melbourne tonight.
A Melbourne-based musician is keeping the tunes of his native culture alive, with a Western twist.
The manifesto’s key principles and strategies have grown out of a two-year, sector-wide discussion.
Adrian Swift has been announced as the new Head of Content and Creative Development.
ArtsHub visual arts writer was a selector at this year's Salon des Refusé. She lifts curtain on how they sifted 1,972 art works.
The first Australian suburban development designed for zero-carbon emissions doesn't need air-conditioning for comfort.
What is the mortal life for a documentary about the man who spent his life writing the word Eternity on Sydney streets?
Performance artists are more than twice as likely to commit suicide as the average person. Now the Australian charity Entertainment Assist has launched a major study into the risk factors confronting the entertainment industry.
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