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A satirical gem that skewers corporate politics and intra-cultural racism.
Greg McLean looses the horrifying John Jarrett onto the international scares market again through Australia-friendly Altitude Film Sales.
Mitch King's new work is about storytelling on Country, with and for the community, and about the Yaegl people's connection with Biirrinba, the Clarence River.
This year, Revelation Perth International Film Festival showcases some low-budget indy adventures in true art according to director Richard Sowada.
In a funding bonanza, NSW Government commits $1.3 billion to the arts, including a $40 million blockbuster exhibitions, a new cultural precinct, and much needed operational funding to settle in new infrastructure projects.
NZ comedy star Rose Matafeo has created a genuinely charming and hilarious series, says Mel Campbell.
The first major survey of the Marek brothers rides on a wave of ideas that challenge conventions of Australian art.
In a call to arms for reinvigorated arts advocacy, John Daley looks at how politicians are out of step with our audiences and how artists need to tell their story more passionately.
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Once Spielberg saw Netflix as a kind of gremlin. Now the little beast has grown so large, he has partnered up. In a dignified kind of way.
More First Nations stories are heading to Australian screens in 2022, with Screen Australia and NITV announcing the six films funded by the No Ordinary Black Initiative.
A new dance collective of independent artists will help re-energise the Australian performing arts industry.
The controversial 'Cyberpunk 2077' has reappeared on the PlayStation Store, six months after Sony removed it from sale due to major performance issues.
Adobe Flash Player was once installed on 99% of internet-connected desktop PCs, but as of January 2021, it's totally defunct. Here, Zowie Douglas-Kinghorn looks at the life, death and legacy of Flash.
Actors are struggling with increased requirements for self-testing, while casting agencies save time and money. The MEAA is formulating a new set of guidelines to make things fair for both parties.
Playing With Sharks opens slowly, perhaps because the Australian audience doesn't realise the sheer wow factor of sharks in a cinema. Or maybe they do.
Three major public art commissions up for grabs, conference bursaries, WA Performing Arts Awards announced, Walkley's, and shortlists for Miles Franklin, Olive Cotton photography prize and Sunshine Coast Art Prize, plus more.
With a state election due next March and a federal election looming, the AICSA has announced its key lobbying platforms.
In five years, Rachael Coghlan has turned Craft ACT around from drained coffers to secure organisational funding, and created a sustainable festival with a national profile. She puts that recovery down to a supportive community.
A new executive director for Craft Victoria, The Literature Centre’s founder and director steps down, and more, PICA appoints new board members, and more.
From our boards down to visitor services, museums and galleries have a holistic responsibility to become more sustainable entities – in policy and programming.
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