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The second round of the controversy around 'Stolen' and its allegations of slavery in North Africa was played out on the ABC's '7.30 Report' on Monday night.
THE AGE: A pop star in Africa, a community worker in Melbourne, Paul Mbenna has mentored a new wave of African-Australian acts.
'Fanboys' is more 'Harold & Kumar' than 'Into the Wild' but Newman understands his audience and pitches the film accordingly.
THE AUSTRALIAN: WHEN Steven McRae was a promising dance student in Sydney he was told Britain's Royal Ballet School would be the right place for him to aim for.
A local teen musical prodigy has won the prestigious Symphony Australia Young Performers Award for pianists after going head-to-head with some of Australia’s finest pianists at the Perth Concert Hall.
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN: The forecourt of St George’s Cathedral will be transformed by a $500,000 billowing metal sculpture after WA artists Marcus Canning and Christian de Vietri won an international search for a public artwork inspired by the legend of St George and the Dragon.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: Nine young talents are looking to rev up Sydney theatre.
In 1984, Clive James interviewed Roman Polanski over lunch in a Paris Passages of an interview with Roman Polanski in Paris bookend Marina Zenovich’s revealing documentary on Polanski’s life, and in particular his arrest in 1977 for having sex with 13-year-old Samantha Gailey Geimer.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: PLENTY of people walk and cycle along the banks of the Cooks River but Greg Shapley is one of the few brave or foolish enough to climb into the filthy water.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: The star of Company B's acclaimed play Ruben Guthrie has hit out at the decision to replace four of the original cast members.
ABC ONLINE: Nearly 40 years after its first screening, classic Australian film Wake In Fright has been painstakingly restored and re-released for a new generation.
'Mary and Max' shared the top award for animated feature at the Annecy Animation Festival - the absolutely premium slot. Darcy Prendergast was on hand to record the moment.
The donation of close to 300 items from the Sydney Dance Company, is one of the most exciting new acquisitions to the Performing Arts Collection at the Arts Centre.
Think you’ve got what it takes to be crowned King of the Urban Jungle? 'Tiger Beer' is on the hunt for Australia’s hottest creative talents to participate in the much-anticipated Tiger Translate 2009 Global Showcase in Sydney this October.
Experience Van Gogh’s works on his largest canvas ever, in the new IMAX film 'Van Gogh: Brush with Genius',set to be released at IMAX Melbourne Museum on 13 August, 2009.
Five of Brisbane’s freshest literary talent will enjoy the rare opportunity to be published alongside famous authors in the Brisbane 150 edition of One Book Many Brisbanes to be launched on 24 June.
Multicultural Arts Victoria strongly supports the important contribution that the Indian community make to Victoria’s cultural landscape.
The City of Melbourne and Melbourne Library Service are calling on budding writers to enter the 2009 Lord Mayor’s Creative Writing Awards, a new competition designed to harness and encourage the literary talent of aspiring authors.
Sydney Film Festival Jury President, Rolf de Heer announced 'Bronson' as the winner of the 2009 Sydney Film Prize at the State Theatre during the closing gala of the Festival.
To say that those good people at the NGV have excelled themselves with this year’s Melbourne Winter Masterpieces series is somewhat of an understatement.
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