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The films of 2019 – the good the bad and the perfectly watchable

Why so serious?: ‘Joker’ showed Hollywood how counter-intuitive filmmaking can work. Here’s a quick run-through of the films that stood ...
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2019: A GREAT YEAR FOR AUSTRALIAN FILMS

Riding high: Teresa Palmer as Michelle Payne in ‘Ride Like a Girl’, the biggest Australian film of the year. As ...
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Keith Haring & Jean Michel Basquiat – Crossing Lines preview

Video coverage of the media of Crossing Lines, a major exhibition featuring the work of Keith Haring and Jean Michel ...
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Avengers: Endgame – a box-office mega-hit, but very far from #1

Avengers: Endgame: Oh, it’s big alright – but not that big. AVENGERS: ENDGAME – THE NUMBERS As expected, given that ...
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Oscars 2019: Who Shall Win, Who Should Win, Who Was Snubbed – and Who Will Watch?

Black and white beauty: Alfonso Cuaron’s delicate domestic drama ‘Roma’ leads the Oscars field – but will the telecast be ...
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The Good, The Bad and The Great Unwatched: 2018 in Film

Cruel to be kind: In Fifty Shades Freed Anastasia and Christian finally found what they’d always pined for. The Good, ...
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Robert Redford’s 25 Best Films

Vote magnet: In The Candidate Robert Redford played Bill McKay, a naive politician who learns fast about what it takes ...
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The Free Comedy Gig model Comedian Kieran Butler explains the “free gigs” model explained

Comedian Kieran Butler explains the “free gigs” model, which has been a huge success at the Edinburgh Fringe. Interview took ...
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Eurydice Dixon Tribute – post-gig interviews with friends

This article was first published by the Herald-Sun on 4 July, 2018. It was by any measure, a remarkable transformation ...
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Frances McDormand’s diversity call at the Oscars could backfire

The acceptance speech that easily drew the biggest reaction at this year’s Oscars was the one given by Frances McDormand ...
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