Whiplash director Damien Chazelle has sought to deliver a classic Hollywood musical, but La La Land fails to spark.
Heather Lawson and Michelle Stevens are deafblind performers whose work allows audiences to experience the world via touch, guided through darkness and silence.
Reviewers' picks from the year in print.
A new short story from award-winning Indigenous author Ellen van Neerven.
Tasneem Chopra on the nativity.
An AGNSW exhibition of iconic nudes on loan from Tate Britain pays homage to our fascination with the human form.
After 21 years presenting Radio National’s The Music Show, broadcaster and composer Andrew Ford shows no signs of slowing.
Redfern Wiradjuri woman Donna Ingram
In the workroom with punk veteran and abstract artist John Nixon.
Neil Armfield’s stark but powerful Ring delivers Wagner’s masterpiece as a triumph of the Australian stage, as good as could be imagined anywhere.
As retold in Lion, Saroo was lost as a child in India, adopted by a Tasmanian couple and then, miraculously, 25 years later tracked down his birth mother.
A walk through Stonefields with Paul Bangay.
Hip-hop duo A. B. Original have delivered an incendiary album describing the experiences of Aboriginal Australia, and it’s the most exciting local release
of the year.
Pakistani filmmaker and journalist Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy on devoting her life to exposing violence against women.
Compiling the week’s essential news from The Saturday Paper. Out every Saturday.
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