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This week's box office report is predictably topped by seasonal fun and family favourites, as a difficult year draws to a close.
Between Covid and the government's determination to back the free enterprise media, the sector has had its toughest year in living memory. Here are some of the stories we enjoyed writing in dark times.
Without entering a cinema since February, the film critic's viewing ranged globally, with favourites including sublime Australian shorts, old television comedy and new films from Steve McQueen, Pablo Larraín and Kosovo's Antoneta Kastrati.
The changes include raising production funding to $300k per project, and waiving applications fees until July 2021.
In honour of our incredible community of reviews contributors, we give you the year that was, through their lens.
McLachlan was accused of indecent assault in 2014 so the state’s previous laws and tests of consent had to be applied to the case. But what if we judge the case on the basis of professional workplace behaviour?
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Northern Territory Dance Company and Slingsby Theatre Company are among the latest recipients of RISE funding, which provides targeted funding assistance for sector organisations seeking to restart, re-imagine and create new activities.
Elnaz Sheshgelani recreates an Iranian performance tradition that transports and delights.
Publishers offer a vibrant selection of works in translation. Here's a shortlist of some of the most intriguing translated books published in 2020, and a look ahead to 2021.
Serving artists and creating a safe and welcome space for creatives of all backgrounds to work were Zara Stanhope's greatest intentions in her past role with QAGOMA, as she looks forward to her next chapter in New Zealand.
As we prepare to put this bin fire of a year behind us, let's look back on our most-read stories of 2020.
Having a multifaceted approach to arts funding will ensure its sustainability in the future, according to panellists at the recent Future of Funding Panel at Visions 2020.
In a year when we all reassessed what was valuable (remember the run on toilet paper?) local bookshops came to mean much more than bricks and mortar. We asked writers what made a bookshop valuable to them this year.
At the heart of Hughes' work there is a calm, a still point, drawing the viewer into a quiet space on which to mediate.
Next Wave appoints new CEO, dancers promoted at WA Ballet, Australian Art Orchestra’s Executive Producer moves on, and more.
A specifically digital release, Ensemble Offspring's Lone Hemispheres showcases challenging contemporary works.
Suzie Miller knows the turning points in her life, but carries her parents within her through a fine career.
Outcomes from DESIGN Canberra and AGNSW annual reports; Powerhouse Parramatta pop-up; new commissions for NPG, ACMI and Fed Square; Myer Music Bowl is back, new for Canberra Theatre and more opportunities and news.
From new films Lassie Come Home, Croods 2 and Soul, to classics like My Neighbour Totoro, the Artistic Director of the Children's International Film Festival, Thomas Caldwell, gives us his recommendations.
The Ian Potter Foundation pledges the largest grant in its long history of philanthropy with $20 Million to spearhead the NGV Contemporary project.
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