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How a life at NIDA helped shape Australian talent

In his new memoir, An Eye for Talent: A Life at NIDA, former Director John Clark remembers the institution and…

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Olivia Newton-John remembered: an icon of screen and music

She was a rare performer who found success exploring many facets of her talent, writes Catherine Strong.

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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,…

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National Theatre Live: Prima Facie is stunning on screen and stage

Jodie Comer's performance in this filmed production of the London West End play is exceptional in every way.

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Does changing the score change a film? Hear My Eyes with Haydn Green

Whether it's a cerebral thriller or a sensory drama, Hear My Eyes is determined to change the film-going experience to…

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How stories shape the world (and how to get better at telling them)

Storytelling, and helping other people hone their storytelling skills, are enormously important for Joe Hepworth, NIDA’s new Head of Writing…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Are all art prizes ethical?

Arts Law Australia reviews the terms and conditions of art prizes and rates them from one to five.

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