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Mystery Road’s backstory is also the future of Indigenous filmmaking
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Mystery Road’s backstory is also the future of Indigenous filmmaking

A younger cast and crew make the new Mystery Road instalment an even more extraordinary addition to the neo-Western crime franchise.

  • by Kylie Northover

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‘Spider woman’ spins the intangible into artworks

‘Spider woman’ spins the intangible into artworks

Japanese-born artist Chiharu Shiota’s career-spanning survey The Soul Trembles is especially poignant.

  • by Kylie Northover
One of the most original artists of his generation, Colin Lanceley deserves his place in art history

One of the most original artists of his generation, Colin Lanceley deserves his place in art history

The artist who died only seven years ago has been forgotten with obscene rapidity.

  • by John McDonald
Want to peek inside Melbourne’s finest mansions and buildings? This is your chance

Want to peek inside Melbourne’s finest mansions and buildings? This is your chance

From mansions in Kew and Brighton, to religious buildings, this year’s Open Houses Melbourne also includes the unusual, the bizarre and the inbetween spaces.

  • by Kerrie O'Brien
‘As a four-year-old, I knew the FBI was chasing us. But I didn’t know why.’

‘As a four-year-old, I knew the FBI was chasing us. But I didn’t know why.’

The new podcast Mother Country Radicals delves into a childhood spent on the run with parents in the militant left-wing Weather Underground.

  • by Robert Moran
Cruel Intentions heralds a return to ’90s fashion at the State Theatre

Cruel Intentions heralds a return to ’90s fashion at the State Theatre

‘Cruel Intentions: The ’90s Musical’ takes us back to the music and fashion of the last century just as it’s coming back into the spotlight.

  • by Helen Pitt
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This sharp comedy will change the way you think about fashion
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This sharp comedy will change the way you think about fashion

Film has made much of the fashion industry and now Haute Couture focuses on the head seamstress at Dior’s Avenue Montaigne workshop in Paris.

  • by Sandra Hall
Indigenous documentary series captures lives lived between two worlds
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Indigenous documentary series captures lives lived between two worlds

Screening as part of NITV’s NAIDOC Week programming, this documentary follows the lives of seven Indigenous high school students from all over Australia over the course of a year.

  • by Kylie Northover
Melbourne theatre’s ‘digital pivot’: pandemic thing or a revolution?

Melbourne theatre’s ‘digital pivot’: pandemic thing or a revolution?

One of Melbourne’s smallest performance venues just launched a digital subscription service, joining a suite of platforms where you can grab the latest shows.

  • by Nick Miller
Very little happens, but I didn’t want this train journey to end
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Very little happens, but I didn’t want this train journey to end

An unlikely romance between a young woman and a vulgar soldier sets the scene in the award-winning Finnish film Compartment No. 6.

  • by Paul Byrnes
After 22 years, trailblazing founder of Rawcus calls time

After 22 years, trailblazing founder of Rawcus calls time

The award-winning theatre group with honesty as its mantra bids farewell to its founder after more than two decades.

  • by Kerrie O'Brien