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A fractured fairytale exposing the thin line between love and control.
This week in the news, the sector reels from the one-two punch of a botched media reform policy process, and a second Victorian lockdown. Plus, reviews for Resident Evil Village, The Unusual Suspects, Mare of Easttown and more.
'Blackwood' is the latest in a long line of content expansions for The Elder Scrolls Online, an MMORPG that's keeping a beloved world alive for millions. It's no small feat for the creative team behind it.
As the iconic prize turns 100, a portrait of artist Guy Warren – who also turns 100 this year – has won the 2021 Archibald Prize, while an Aboriginal artist takes the Wynne Prize for the fifth consecutive year.
The latest Ms Fisher franchise is crafted with care and style to spare. It's got a 60s sleuth you want to hang out with, says Anthony Morris.
The Perth Festival 2021 Impact Report confirms the public value in supporting local artists and arts organisations.
Professor Kathryn Williams takes a look at a recent trend in children's literature – trees.
Based around the Port Arthur gunman, Nitram is the first Australian film in official competition in a decade.
The new regulations which strip advantages from the tax rebate system will have to go to Parliament, and the ALP is keen for a fight.
Light-hearted but not lightweight, this near-perfect heist drama refuses to gloss over the realities of class and race for Filipina-Australians.
Premiers for WA Ballet and NORPA, Opera in Canberra, Tasmanian Aboriginal children's book, and more arts news.
Adapted from popular teen books, the high end kids' drama is produced by Danielle MacLean, Monica O'Brien and Julia Morris.
Longtime SBS leader Ben Nguyen has announced he will be joining Nine Entertainment's Stan as Director of Programming.
On the eve of his survey exhibition at the MCA – opening on Mabo Day – ArtsHub speaks with agitator and activist artist Richard Bell, on facing the truth, the future, and a wave of art that defines his past.
The taskforce will develop a three-year diversity plan for the screen funding body, and help guide strategic goals. Applications are open now.
Drawing upon its most successful designs over the last twenty years, Village is a masterfully executed, but stagnant work.
Kate Winslet is brilliant in this grounded and intricate TV mystery, but lack of resolution is a big problem, says Grace Boschetti
Drawing together the latest research from the Australia Council and A New Approach, Dr Jackie Bailey looks at the future of cultural policy borrowing a few tricks from sport and with ideas for all artists to create change.
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Hybrid creatures beguile during RISING, as Patricia Piccinini activates Flinders Street Station.
A satirical and ferocious reappraisal of Australiana kitsch through a poetic Indigenous perspective.
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