Image of Roman Quaedvlieg and Peter Dutton
The sacking of Roman Quaedvlieg is only a minor impediment to Dutton’s plan
By Mungo MacCallum on the
Image of Elisabeth Moss in ‘The Square’
Ruben Östlund’s hilarious film is an uneasy mix of silliness and brow-furrowing
By Luke Goodsell on the
Image of detail from the Museum of Water at the Fremantle Arts Centre
The Perth Festival event encourages reflection on a precious resource
By Miriam Cosic on the
Image of Malcolm Turnbull
What next if Malcolm Turnbull loses 30 successive polls?
By Mungo MacCallum on the
Image from ‘Red Sparrow’
Jennifer Lawrence reunites with her ‘Hunger Games’ director in this dated thriller
By Harry Windsor on the
Image of Alan Hollinghurst
The author of ‘The Sparsholt Affair’ on the role of the not-always biological family in his work
By Dion Kagan on the
Image of Donald Trump
Slate Plus’s podcast on Watergate urges patience on its audience
By Matthew Clayfield on the
Image of ‘Hamlet’
Brett Dean and Neil Armfield reimagine the Shakespearean tragedy at the Adelaide Festival
By Miriam Cosic on the
Gaming is the next corporate interest to govern in the state
By Mungo MacCallum on the
Image from ‘Sunday’s Illness’
A lacklustre line-up concealed the beautiful and the beguiling
By Shane Danielsen on the
By Nick Feik on the
Ged Kearney might be the right candidate in the wrong battle
By Mungo MacCallum on the
A cultural, scientific and historical account of shit: a Midas Dekkers book extract
By Midas Dekkers on the
Walter Isaacson’s new biography is a study of crippling perfection and obsessive observation
By Elle Hardy on the
‘A Long Way from Home’ takes on new relevance following debate about Australia Day
By Claire Corbett on the
Last week abounds in examples of double standards
By Mungo MacCallum on the
From Julian Barnes to Hannah Kent, authors on the role music plays in their writing
By Lucy Callaghan on the
Margot Robbie brings the nuance, while director Craig Gillespie plays it for laughs
By Lauren Carroll Harris on the