Gary Oldman is masterly as Winston Churchill in a biopic focusing on a key decision in WWII, DAMIEN NGUYEN writes.
Young amateur filmmaker Charlee Hawkes is trying to make her way in an industry not always supportive of woman in the major creative roles. THOMAS RANDALL talks to a young woman with a strong vision.
Melbourne City Council will this week decide on a new set of guidelines for buskers, with major consequences for non-musician performers. CHARLEE HAWKES reports.
Millions of people are tuning in for the tingling, sensory experience that is Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, or ASMR. WILLIAM ARNOTT takes a closer look.
He jokes about about everything, even the art he’s dedicated his life to. BILLY SPENCER talks to Melbourne artist Calvin Bell.
Natsuko Mineghishi is a world champion in karate, and a classical soprano. It’s an unexpected but powerful combination, writes JOSEPH LAM
Large noses tap dancing their way across the steps of the Opera House heralded the launch of Opera Australia’s 2018 program. It was fun, but will it be enough? ANGUS SMITH looks at the opera company’s current position in Australia’s cultural life.
Pediatrician Mark Nethercote found himself on the other side of the doctor’s desk when he and his wife went through IVF, and then wrote about the experience. OLIVER KAY spoke to him after an appearance at the Ballarat Writers’ Festival last weekend.
Stuart Riley’s love affair with his 250-year-old double bass began decades ago, and it has never lessened. The professional musician talks to DARIA IMPIOMBATO
A teenage love of art combined with some fashion nous took Angie Réhe from an awkward student into an internationally renowned illustrator.