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How America's first Black billionaire turns the long tail of Australian projects into addictive drama (we hope) and provides a useful local streaming service.
Armed with the conclusions of a major government report, the screen sector gathers in Parliament House to impress the key players.
Production is underway on a six-part series about this very tricky time in our history, written and directed by Rake's Peter Duncan.
This week the box office sees old favourites – and old fears – re-emerging to draw out the crowds.
A new festival drawing some of the biggest names in contemporary feminism has been launched by the Wheeler Centre.
Geelong Arts Centre has discovered an elephant bone and other odd objects on their reconstruction site.
The Churchie National Emerging Art Prize offers a glimpse into the future of art. This year's winner looks at political unrest, resistance and the Spanish diaspora.
While the world screen industry wrestles with change, the Chinese sector is dancing with an octopus. And no-one is exempt.
Who got the job? Who is leaving? Plus news of the sector's appointments.
Sydney Film Festival marketing head leaves a few reflections as he jets off to his new job at the world's biggest queer film festival.
Nine exceptional mid-career artists have been announced as 2019 Sidney Myer Creative Fellows.
With Nirin (edge) as its theme, Sydney Biennale 2020 has announced a diverse range of artists from around the globe.
Palace's flagship Italian Film Festival is days away, Downton Abbey is calling the fans, and Animals, possibly an Australian bestie classic, is out this weekend.
What happened when Sophie Hyde and Closer Productions ended up shooting a co-pro in Dublin? And why did the writer have so much fun?
Sotheby's sold to French billionaire, new home for Nolans, Civilization hits Melbourne, opportunities for artists and more.
Meg Mundell's latest novel has been picked up for a big TV adaptation. What does this mean for the writer and her story?
Artist Badiucao hides his identity to avoid the attention Chinese authorities as one of many creatives who are under surveillance.
Redressing a tendency to marginalise disability in games requires an awareness of disability at a design level.
With school holidays approaching, parents are looking for activities that both entertain and educate their children. So how do you design a cultural experience for kids that does both? We speak with two creatives in the field.
The conference brings the online offline for fans, creators and industry networks on YouTube.
From Muriel's Wedding to Moulin Rouge, musicals are increasingly looking to the silver screen for inspiration.
A new all-female commercial gallery has sparked renewed debate about gender parity.
Following the release of South Australia's first arts plan in almost 20 years, Ben Brooker digs into the document to see if it was worth the wait.
Being an ally means being prepared to do the difficult work towards structural change.
Danger Close raises provocative questions about the construction of a modern war film. Here's military scholar Tom Sears from the Australian Defence Forces Academy.
As this weekend event celebrates First Nations writers, thinkers and artists, Timmah Ball presents some of her favourite books to prepare you for the event or just to add to your reading list.
After a lot of grief to assemble its present structure, Create NSW takes a backward step to recreate Screen NSW.
With announcement of the retirement of Brendan Nelson as Director of the AWM, several names have been in the mix (including former PM Tony Abbott), but Paul Daley believes the institution needs a more fundamental re-think.
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It may be Bach heard through different languages, instruments and times but the glory still resonates.
Tantrum Youth Arts’ play about an election night dinner party speaks with authenticity and verve.
A complex exploration of power, corruption and criminality.
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Despite a capable performance from Dan Thorpe, the debut production from RUMPUS is disappointingly jumbled.
Tom Stoppard’s play offers an immensely fun and moving night, and a self-reflexive meditation on writing.
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