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Storm Boy is a tad fragile but came out well enough to provide hope and will probably have a long life.
The list of Australian winners at Flickerfest brings new names to the festival circuit. We will hear more about these.
This show not only sizzles with supergiant energy but it’s a timely rebuttal to the whitewashing of Australian identity.
Six tips on creating an online presence that will help you make a living from your art.
This 2018 Sundance documentary winner proves a perceptive and deeply felt tale of skateboarding, friendship and masculinity.
James Dickinson, the new CEO of Screenrights, sketches a vision of evolutionary improvement.
An extravagant production of Puccini’s posthumous and deeply flawed masterpiece.
Australia's performing arts centres are increasingly focused on sector development and supporting the country's independent artists and the small to medium sector.
The small group of artistic directors of major Australian film festivals is once again complete.
We are hopeless fans of the animated short Lost and Found. Now it is on the hunt for an Oscar along with the love of Hollywood animators.
Brett Whiteley is no longer exclusive to the visual arts, but has become part of Australian mythology. ArtsHub speaks with those involved in creating this landscape of memory, to ask: why now?
On our radar this week are Australian series The Family Law and Bloom, and Netflix Originals Shirkers and Private Life. Also, NITV curates a ripper collection in the lead-up to Australia Day.
Art Stage Singapore cancelled, Next Wave calls on artists for form government, MPavilion extends summer program, and more.
Solid family entertainment, this remake of a classic works best when it sticks to the original story.
A traditional and essentially conservative biopic that your mum might like if The Favourite is too weird.
With an ensemble of astonishing depth Counting and Cracking is culturally, dramatically and comically rich.
As beancounters raid Australian production courses, international educator and film critic Adrian Martin finds the perfect film school. In Spain. The EQZE is truly unique.
A terrific blend of circus and Mozart's music – a totally enchanting show.
How do we see ourselves in the current whirl of change? In some vast anthill, owning nothing, imitated by machines smarter than we are? Certainly, flexibility will help.
Fifty Squared Art Prize 2019 winners announced, Australia Council grant recipients revealed, CIAF granted $150,000 state funding, and more.
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