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The lauded role-playing game, often praised for its genre-defying ideas, has had its upcoming re-release blocked by the Australian Classification Board.
'Setting the Scene for Greener Screens' is a new resource available on Documentary Australia Foundation's website. It's full of practical ideas and conversation-starters for filmmakers.
MTC announces Act 2 of its program, symphony immersion for Stonnington, results for Adelaide Festival, new art acquisitions for MCA and Tate, Mona announces next exhibition, plus more arts news.
The first Decadent Edition from Fireflies Press is a beautifully produced and thoughtful essay from a prolific and eloquent critic. Adrian Martin reads closely and enjoys, but wonders at the current tendency for endless digression.
Susan Johnson's latest title is a funny and moving story with references aplenty to falling, transplantation and migration.
Varuna alumni Dr Jackie Bailey writes about the many ways she loves the Australia's much-loved writers retreat, which turns 30 this year.
Short-form content: a symptom of the social media plague, or an exciting emerging artform? Screenhub talks to two TikTok producers and a Very Short Film Festival director to find out.
A new exhibition that draws attention to the experiences of women and the LGBTIQ+ community’s experience of spatial inequity is a timely reminder of conversations we need to be having right now.
Now in its sixth year, Screenwave International Film Festival is a 16-day event serving locals and drawing hordes of cultural tourists to the region that many call paradise.
15 arts leaders use the lockdown anniversary to reflect on the past year's learnings, and check their stepping moving forward.
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Netflix offers some of the best documentary opportunities in the world. They are ultimately managed by Lisa Nishimura, a key guest at the Australian International Documentary Conference.
As SAM prepares for its next chapter in a new space, a significant gift of Aboriginal artworks will cement the gallery's ambitions as a destination venue.
If you long for the days when sitcoms were just plain funny, then Kitty Flanagan's local series is for you, says Anthony Morris.
MP Tim Watts' motion to recognise the social and economic contributions of videogames didn't shy away from the industry's flaws. It's the latest in a growing show of parliamentary support for the local industry.
A new Australian documentary about the veteran cycling commentator quietly celebrates both the man and the sport, says Glenn Dunks.
After Tasmanian game developers stayed silent on IGEA's national industry survey, an advocacy group is hoping to fill the gaps.
New research reveals that cartoonists and illustrators are flipping their skills to be more useful across a range of workplaces with one in four finding themselves well paid for cartooning and comic-making.
Australia's first Indigenous photojournalist Mervyn Bishop helped shaped Australian narratives. This exhibition looks at 60-years of his iconic images, as well as historic sound and film archives.
Recognising that SA businesses and adjoining industries benefit from festivals and cultural attractions, a new cross-industry alliance with tourism aims to significantly bolster or reimagine cooperation.
The David Unaipon Award is known for launching the careers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers.
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