Film review: Napoleon
Ridley Scott’s interest in ‘great men’ and strong female characters is once again on display, but even at 158 minutes,…
Artist David Bromley on mental health, Bromley: Light After Dark documentary
The celebrated painter discusses his much anticipated new feature documentary.
The Bold and Beautiful
A series of documentary filmmaking workshops specifically for women and gender diverse people aged over 40 exemplifies the agency of…
Concert review: Blade Runner Live, Arts Centre Melbourne
Ridley Scott's masterpiece screened with a live performance of the Vangelis score ... I've heard things you people wouldn't believe.
Film reviews: Flora on the Sand (1964) and Juvenile Jungle (1956), Japanese Film Festival
The feature of a retrospective at the 2023 Japanese Film Festival, Kō Nakahira was a filmmaker who interrogated themes of…
Runt: Craig Silvey’s novel heads for the big screen
Jai Courtney, Celeste Barber and Deborah Mailman are among the cast for the forthcoming Australian film.
ACMI announces new programs for teachers and students for 2024
Amping up the digital literacy and creativity of students and teachers is a key focus for the national museum for…
Interview with the creatives behind Sweet Juices
In conversation with Sydney-based co-directors Will Suen and Sejon Im, and their irreverent and rumbustious short film, ‘Sweet Juices’.
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…
Find your screen industry collaborators with endless possibilities
AFTRS’ Master of Arts Screen: Business boasts a cohort of like-minded professionals who are on the same track to innovate,…