Lynden Barber compares a new UK comedy series about an actors’ agency and its French original.
Industry bodies call on new government to immediately begin work to rebuild cultural sector.
The international siren and comedienne extraordinaire reveals the music that runs through her veins, and the thrill she gets singing with a full orchestra.
A melancholy, quietly satisfying French screen version of the iconic detective movie.
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As the election enters its final days, Fund the Arts evaluates the arts policies of the three main parties and several independents.
Labor announces its arts policy, but mostly just the vibe of the thing.
As the election enters its final days, the lack of arts policy from the two main parties sees industry bodies stepping into the void.
This month's features include profiles of Australian choreographer Stephanie Lake and didge virtuoso William Barton, an interview with Mary Finsterer about her new opera Antarctica, Dr Anita Collins on why music makes us feel so good, and Peter Tregear on the winds of change at Opera Australia.
In an op-ed, Matthew Deaner, CEO of Screen Producers Australia, expresses his frustration at the slow rate of progress in addressing key issues and being let down by current proposals.
This year ABC Classic is looking to find Australia’s favourite music from almost a century of cinema, TV, and video games.
The Arts Minister makes the Morrison Government's re-election pitch to the Arts community.
Applauding too soon and leaving before the final credits roll robs you of the full experience, argues Christine Hinton.