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Australian audiences take to Queen like it was waving at them from a black Rolls-Royce.
Two indy comedies out in 2018 - what do they tell us about the State of the Form? Does it really belong on television?
The sudden dismissal of Creative Director Jacob Boehme, and the speed with which he was replaced, has left some in Melbourne’s arts sector scratching their heads.
The Andrews Labor Government has kicked off La Mama Theatre’s fundraising campaign following a devastating fire in May this year.
On the ground in Bathurst, ArtsHub takes the pulse on this regional arts conference and asks just how robust our regions really are?
It is no secret that the Screenhub Hivemind is fascinated by horror and Asian cinema. Here we share some of the reasons why.
The Federal Government is inviting the Australian public to share their opinions on disability and the arts to better inform the next iteration of the National Arts and Disability Strategy.
Perth protest over arts vandalism, Air Mofo launched, launch of an economic sustainability tookit, 2019 season announcements, and more.
Kate Cherry’s sudden NIDA departure, LPA President to step down, and a new Director of Artistic Planning at the MSO.
KIN, a new book of essays by artists and filmmakers from all of the world, pays tribute to Freda Glynn and her extraordinary filmmaking family
Palestinian and Jewish festivals are running, the Russians are about to start while First Man and a Simple Favour are still neglected.
Sydney has the 2018 Screen Music Awards, leaving Melbourne composers on the plan like the rest of their national colleagues. Who is in contention?
Sean Lander is respected, experienced etc. Brother's Nest was a unique production bred out of the Jacobsons collective mind. See the collision! Smile and maybe wince.
A philanthropist’s challenge doubled the gifts to a regional gallery, as collector James Erskine demonstrates to a community the value in giving.
Despite a collapsed roof, burst water pipes and 12,000 litres of water flooding its home at South Melbourne Town Hall, the show goes on at ANAM.
Winner of Sculpture by the Sea Announced; finalists for art award tidal.18 revealed, $50,000 Evelyn Chapman Award winner announced, and more.
The main battles pit Foxtel against the ABC and SBS with occasional doses of STAN.
Here are the AFI/AACTA categories which nurture young filmmakers, sustain extreme doco makers and honour the most popular films in our region.
The collision between Sweet Country and Ladies in Black plays polar opposites off against each other - bush and city, cattle and frocks, sweat and perfume, guns and chatter.
Uncertain times, pockets of despair, companies growing up and away - the annual Drama Report adds welcome data to the discussion.
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