Metro magazine, a pantheon for Australian film critics, finally moves online
Australia’s oldest film and media magazine will now appear in both print and online, offering access to its extensive back…
Natasha Wanganeen: ‘Sci-fi films saved my life’
Actor-writer-producer Natasha Wanganeen takes us behind the scenes on Bunker: The Last Fleet, a dystopian, intergalactic reimagining of first contact…
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…
Are all art prizes ethical?
Arts Law Australia reviews the terms and conditions of art prizes and rates them from one to five.
$1 billion pledged to screen industry by the Greens
Australian stories on our screens are essential, says Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young.
Elvis was the original influencer
Long before social media, Elvis entered our lives through now-familiar images, as a new exhibition at Bendigo Art Gallery explores.
Easter school holiday film and streaming guide 2022
Sort the whole family out with our streaming and movie guide for the school holidays.
Trans stories on screen are getting better – at last
Having worked in TV for decades and transitioned in the 90s, Julie Peters is optimistic about the future.
Oscars 2022: nominations, predictions and snubs
The 94th Academy Awards take place today. Who will win versus who should?
How arts training builds confident kids
A NIDA Open short course will teach life skills that are transferable outside of the stage or studio.