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The Australian Film Television and Radio School is losing its internationally respected Director of Degree Programs after a single year.
Four leading arts professionals will set the agenda for ArtsHub2015, sharing the insights that have enabled them to reach the top of the industry.
Bluntness and brutality mark this portrait of endurance and perseverance during the crumbling of the Ottoman empire.
The cult of youth and beauty excludes older women, and not everyone wants to be a rosy-cheeked grandma.
Small businesses may be able to buy art tax-free under the depreciation scheme announced in last week's Budget.
The Minister for the Arts has disclosed more details behind the new Programme for Excellence in the Arts and his reasons for creating it.
A brilliant performance by Matthias Schack-Arnott that brings to life a dark and frenetic urban resonance.
Tamara Saulwick is outstanding in this fascinating story of death and family.
The Hard Problem presents such a mishmash of ideas that discerning a point to it all is actually quite difficult.
How do you rehearse for a part when you don’t know which character you are playing?
With close to 300 events scheduled over 18 days, we give you the top "must sees" for Vivid’s music, light, ideas and design events
With The Water Diviner and Paper Planes but a box office memory, a pair of pooches now aims for Australia's hearts. But what about the world?
With a new musical theatre production based on the life of Ned Kelly set to open this week, we look at the challenges of mounting new works of this nature.
Nine combines social engineering horror Married at First Sight with its Reno show to claim victory by 4.4% over Seven.
Joining the satirical espionage ranks, Spy parodies the secret sleuthing genre and calls attention to gender cliches.
StudioCanal sets up a proper basecamp in China under the same administrative umbrella as the former Hoyts Distribution.
The 7th of June, 2015 marks an auspicious date in the fertile history of Ballarat, as the city celebrates one of one of its most venerated attractions.
The movement and handling of artworks is a fascinating and specialised field, and one that is not learnt through a degree.
A striking, solemn and sublimely performed portrait of martial disharmony, institutionalised domination and societal dysfunction.
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