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Peter Weir's The Truman Show turned 25 last year. Impressive when it first aired, it remains so in view of its deep engagement with the human condition.
by Craig Thompson - 5/04/2024 - 3 comments
Newspapers such as The Guardian Australia even urged the PM to get with the Swift program, as her 'ubiquity in a fragmented world might carry some broader lessons...'
by Binoy Kampmark - 23/02/2024 - 3 comments
One courageous Chinese artist is making a stand against soft power wielded by the CCP at the Sydney Biennale.
After four seasons, the well should have run dry, with those amiable darlings vanishing in a devastating Australian drought. But fecundity has returned, and the landscape abloom with flourishing feeds.
by Binoy Kampmark - 19/07/2023 - 6 comments
Poetic knowledge is intimately connected to training a students' loves, animates the imagination, enlivens the body and mind.
by Sarah Flynn-O'Dea - 1/06/2023 - 8 comments
In the six years since my 85th birthday, I have written and published 4 books and have just begun the fifth.
by Everald Compton - 23/05/2023 - 39 comments
If Anne Pender is right, through Humphries, Australia emerges as the producer of the greatest thespian and comedian in modernity.
by Andris Heks - 18/05/2023 - 3 comments
What struck me was Barry's extraordinary spontaneity; his ability to come up with one funny idea after another in rapid succession and bring Peter Luck along with the ideas.
by Andris Heks - 5/05/2023 - 7 comments
He was always a step ahead, his mind geared not only for the next move, but the next sequence. He also smelt it, anticipated the audience reaction, shaped the prejudice in context for consumption.
by Binoy Kampmark - 4/05/2023 - 3 comments
If ANZAC Day is secular Australia's one day of 'religious observance', Barry Humphries might have been one of our only secular patron saints.
by Graham Young - 3/05/2023 - 12 comments
'Our business,' Adler told the ABC, 'is to operate an open space, not a safe space'.
by Binoy Kampmark - 14/03/2023 - 2 comments
As Wood writes , the honourable response to the attack on Rushdie would have been to admit a failure to protect a brave author and declare 'that we are all Rushdie now'.
by Binoy Kampmark - 26/08/2022 - 10 comments


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