television   November 25, 2023

The Curse

Nathan Fielder’s new comedy drama, The Curse, takes his work into wilder territory.

television   November 11, 2023

Steven Spielberg’s Life on Our Planet

Spielberg’s Netflix series renders evolution as an extended feud between rival crime families.

television   October 28, 2023

The Changeling

The Changeling demonstrates how fairytales can be used to devastating effect to process  our deepest fears and desires.

television   October 21, 2023

Marvel’s Loki

The second instalment of the Tom Hiddleston time-shifting series Loki proves it is the best thing from Marvel in years.

television   September 23, 2023

Actor Max McKenna

Max McKenna has moved past childhood introversion to self-acceptance and stage success, and is now starring in a historical comedy on SBS TV.

television   March 4, 2023

The Last of Us

The powerful adaptation of PlayStation’s zombie game The Last of Us has unexpected glimpses of human grace amid the primal horror.

television   February 11, 2023

Copenhagen Cowboy

Copenhagen Cowboy, the latest work from Danish auteur Nicolas Winding Refn, is an intoxicating mixture of folklore and new digital media.

television   January 14, 2023


Jonah Hill’s astonishing Netflix documentary about his psychiatrist, Phil Stutz, opens up the possibilities of the talking cure.

television   December 3, 2022

Actor Kiruna Stamell

Actor Kiruna Stamell has faced down ableist discrimination to create an enviable screen career.

television   November 19, 2022

Writer Jack Thorne

Self-effacing writer Jack Thorne, whose prolific career ranges from grim Welsh mining dramas to Enola Holmes and adapting Dickens, talks about channelling anger and fear in his work.

television   October 15, 2022

Artistic director Rosemary Myers

Whether working for screen or stage, Rosemary Myers, director of the globally acclaimed children’s company Windmill, says the agency of audiences is core.