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In the leadup to 2023's Mad Max: Furiosa, Amanda Howell considers the history of Ozploitation, the bushranger myth and Australian cinema's obsession with national identity.
As the Biennale of Sydney unveils its new curatorium, we look at shifting exhibition models in a post-pandemic rethink, as international travel is limited and trust among peers elevated.
Grace Boschetti details the 2021 Academy Awards' predicted wins, history-making nominations, dark horse contenders, and eulogizes the films that narrowly missed out.
The latest Warner Bros. action film does a lot more for Hollywood than you think it might.
To celebrate International Sculpture Day on 24 April, we revisit this 2018 article that asks whether our education system is failing sculpture.
Cumulatively, festival awards and Oscars can practically guarantee a film worldwide financial and critical success - even during a pandemic.
Reddy’s name might have less household recognition than previous BAFTA Fellowship recipients, but her impact on the industry with Media Molecule is no less profound.
First Nations artist Hayley Millar Baker foregrounds herself as a storyteller, blurring the formal conventions of photography to construct probing narratives that mine contemporary empathy and language.
Previous reports into the national touring ecology released in 2005 and 2011 effectively came to naught, so what makes the new Touring Scan any different?
Keeping and improving some of our new digital and hybrid work practices simply makes good strategic and financial sense, says Kate Larsen.
She's interviewed everyone from the Dalai Lama to Kevin Rudd, but Karla Grant says unearthing the stories that matter to Indigenous Australians is what keeps her hungry.
Remember Avatar and the mini-boom of 3D films? We ask the industry how things changed in the last decade, for better and worse.
The Home of the Arts on the Gold Coast is surprising, to say the least. Its bold, brash façade leads to a slick state-of-the-art interior and cements the precinct as a destination venue.
The centenarian puts his longevity down to a whiskey every night, just getting on with it, and not listening too much to art theory. We talk to him about ageism, the environment, drive and his advice for the next generation of painters.
Eva Di Cesare, Artistic Director of Monkey Baa Theatre Company, tells us how the pandemic has changed the company’s approach to touring.
Triple-A games exist at a troubled intersection of art and capitalism. But there are hidden secrets in every game that reveal the human behind the machine.
Refashioning JobMaker could save and generate 100,000 to 130,000 jobs over the next six months, argue Renee Fry-McKibbin, Peter M. Downes and Warwick J. McKibbin.
Three Australian artists explain how they have adapted their practices since arriving in the UK in the midst of the pandemic.
Illuminate Adelaide, the nation’s latest winter arts festival, has released the first glimpse of its inaugural program.
A new report by Res Artis looks at the impact of cancelled artist residencies globally, with a flood of artists leaving the sector due to dwindling career opportunities and lack of financial support.
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