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Let's read the Sundance sales list to work out what flies in the evolving cinema market, and who is driving the market.
Not just a great taster for audiences, Sundance 2019 puts confident, unique and individual visions on the world stage.
Some familiar titles - even Storm Boy - but The Mule, Glass and Green Book are fresh. Instant Family is making money too.
As part of his Currency House Platform Paper, Sydney documentarian Tom Zubrycki reveals some hard truths about the role of the national broadcasters.
Late to her painting career, Ngallametta rapidly rose to become one of Australia’s leading Indigenous artists. She died this week aged 75.
The donation through Gandel Philanthropy is earmarked for youth literacy programs and a new space dedicated to books and programming for children.
A lot of diversity on our screens as the Oscar favourites have been around for a while and smaller films are outlasting them. Also, Aquaman, aka Fishlips.
Five regional WA art projects receive federal funding, Australian Photographer Magazine announces 2018 winner, nominees for FBI SMAC announced
An unusual year as the awards went pop culture, but the modest industry toilers are there too. And an actual producer in Sue Maslin.
If you get noticed you haven't done your job, says our veteran extra, who gives us his Top Tips from behind the scenes on your favourite Australian shows.
From artists and artistic directors to board members and music educators, the cultural sector has been strongly represented in this year’s Australia Day honours.
Circus Oz GM steps down, Tim Flannery rejoins Australian Museum, three new producers join Performing Lines, Horsham Gallery's new director, and more.
Presented by the Independent Dance Alliance, March Dance will feature a range of public and industry programs.
Regional galleries continue to punch above their weight in 2019, rolling out ambitious, erudite and often provocative programs that extend audience engagement.
New research shows that businesses relied on $87 billion worth of creative industry input for success, a figure that is growing rapidly.
The Oscars campaign for The Favourite allowed actors and department heads to flourish in clips and interviews.There's details aplenty to make you wince and cheer.
Powerhouse calls for Architect, residencies with Animal Logic and The Wheeler Centre, more money for regional arts announced, and more art news.
We're watching the ultimate Australia Day film on SBS, catching documentary Fyre and tuning in to Netflix for some Sex Education and more.
In the wake of Tony McNamara's Oscar nomination, Adrian Martin ventures a not-so-crazy hypothesis. It may have you looking back at Australia's kitsch comedies with new respect.
Obsessive film buff Eloise Ross has visited Christian Marclay's 24-hour video installation in galleries around the world. It takes on new meaning in her home town.
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