Arts funding cutbacks claim another victim with peak advocacy body for the dance sector, Ausdance National, announcing it will take a final bow.
Syrian filmmaker Waad al-Kateab’s extraordinary documentary reveals her reasons for staying in her war-torn country.
James Murdoch is getting into business with Robert De Niro to help the owner of the storied Tribeca Film Festival expand.
Relentlessly posh British director Joanna Hogg paints a world of empty privilege.
Set in India, Ritesh Batra’s wacky rom-com will please those who like life on the sweet side.
The free-to-air broadcaster has applied to trademark the phrase “The Honeymoon Crashers” and also issued a casting call.
The surprise smash of the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe, Six, will premiere at the Sydney Opera House in January.
“With respect, you haven’t answered my question,” she said to the Q&A panel after sharing her heartbreaking story about losing her job.
It was not just tonal purity and precision that made the concert for Musica Viva by the Choir of King’s College Cambridge under Daniel Hyde so memorable.
The documentary Seahorse, which screens at MIFF, tells the remarkable story of Freddy McConnell, a transgender man who gives birth to a boy.