The Bold and Beautiful
A series of documentary filmmaking workshops specifically for women and gender diverse people aged over 40 exemplifies the agency of…
Bizarre art heist in regional WA the focus of new documentary series
In the mid-1980s, 26 European masterpieces were slashed out of their frames at a WA bush monastery. Now a new…
Irish Film Festival Australia launches 2023 program
Doing justice to the cinematic output of a entire nation is ‘very challenging,’ says Irish Film Festival Australia Festival Director…
Complicating Vietnamese diaspora stories for the better
A look into how the ‘MÌNH’ exhibition challenges notions of a monolithic Vietnamese identity through art and writing.
Film review: Audrey Napanangka
This Australian documentary of Audrey Napanangka provides an expansive yet intimate portrait of a family living between two worlds.
Richard Bell on 'You Can Go Now' documentary
Following five decades of activism and art, the artist is now the subject of a new documentary.
Alan's Cumming back
A stage show and a new film mean Australian audiences will get a double serving of Scotland's most mercurially mischievous…
Film review: Richard Mosse: Broken Spectre
A moving image work highlighting the silent destruction of the Amazon rainforest that deserves everyone’s attention.
Embrace spontaneous encounters at tropical festival
The 60th Cairns Festival is a unique chance to catch Patricia Piccinini’s hot air balloons, music from classical to indie-pop,…
Ablaze: with pioneering First Nations filmmaker, Bill Onus
Academic, advocate, performer and filmmaker Tiriki Onus discusses the film made by his grandfather William 'Bill' Onus and the documentary…