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A moving and respectful account of a problematic work.
A survey long overdue. Sitting between sculpture and painting, Mais’ constructions appeal to minimalists and mathematicians alike with their very personal – and organic – approach to abstraction.
This extensive exhibition is not only a tribute to the importance that the House of Dior has had on international fashion but a reflection of its value as art.
In the tradition of The Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood delivers another disturbing but seductive dystopia.
Jacinda Woodhead’s first edition as Editor of Overland continues the journal’s tradition of intelligent provocation.
This intimate gem of a work returns us to the primal rewards of masterful storytelling.
It's a statement we've all heard; Tino Sehgal gives us his spin on the topic but are audiences getting into the contemporary jive?
A movingly astute and distinctively emotive film on the vagaries of love.
The technically proficient film adaptation of the popular novel falls short of the touching end result expected.
A spoon full of sugar helps Disney’s twee take on its own history go down, but the confection remains easily consumed.
A movie about surfer Wayne Lynch's commitment to live his life on his own terms despite his professional milestones.
'Magic is the word that comes to mind for me when I think of Muscle Shoals.'
In 1959, the movies came to Melbourne, all big-name stars and big-screen glamour.
Like its titular lead, the soft-spoken, tough-minded Mrs Lee, Philomena is a quiet film, whispering its message of acceptance.
Anchorman 2 plays it safe in the manner of all sequels cognisant of the cult following of their predecessors.
An all-star cast featuring Amy Adams, Jennifer Lawrence and Christian Bale feature in this authentic, intelligent film.
A clash of cultures and classes sits at the centre of The Gilded Cage (La cage dorée), a comedy easily embracing both contrasts.
A striving but stilted tale of kids versus kids is the latest from X-Men Origins: Wolverine director Gavin Hood.
An impressive cast sees this latest from James Ponsoldt convey the optimism of the spectacular and the uncertainty of now.
The tale of a man and his many, many offspring is one that writer/director Ken Scott knows a thing or two about.
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