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Fairy Tales. A long dining table with white wigged serving staff standing behind six dressed/bibbed wolves eating dinner.

Summer blockbuster puts new twist on age-old tales

The enchantment of fairy tales will be captured at Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art with over 100 artworks, from installation…

Gunasekera. Production still from ‘You're So Brave’. Photo: Rama Dolman. The image shows a female figure holding a microphone in the centre against a stage with red light and two projector panels on each side.

Patrick Gunasekera and Georgi Ivers: two artists and their journeys in crip time

Care can come in the form of time, patience, flexibility and community engagement in a world that still poses so…

Filmmaking student Felix Wilkins (far right) and two friends sit on a couch and can be seen through a video camera screen in the foreground.
Education & Student News

Why I'm studying... Diploma of Screen and Media

Aspiring filmmaker Felix Wilkins chose to study close to home at Collarts in Melbourne. He says meeting fellow students is…

Australian novels in film. Image shows a woman in a blue coat and man in a black jacket walking in the misty woods.

Australian novels adapted into films: watch list

From 'The Dry' to 'Schindler's List', there's no shortage of Australian novels being translated to the big screen.

Camerata Cinematheque Photo: Alex Jamieson

Music Review: Camerata Cinematheque, QPAC, Brisbane Festival

String orchestra meets arthouse cinema in an intriguing melange of art forms.


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…


The rise of South Australian film festivals

Emerging and diverse filmmakers in SA have more opportunities to show their work with the rise in local film festivals.


Film review: Little Blue, Taiwan Film Festival in Australia

Lee Yi Fang's 'Little Blue' is a mediation on female desire through the dreamy lens of adolescence.


From calling to career: mastering the art of writing for stage and screen

Playwright and screenwriter Emme Hoy describes how NIDA’s Master of Fine Arts (Dramatic Writing) helped her hone her craft and…


Australian film censorship and the movies that made us sweat

When it comes to the line between artistic freedom and consumer protection, Australia has often waddled clumsily, and sometimes to…

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