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Image from ‘The Americans’
Why sometimes it’s better to approach art on its own terms
By Matthew Clayfield on the
Image of Hugh Grant in ‘Maurice’
Restraint belies profundity in ‘Maurice’, ‘Howards End’ and more
By Joanna Di Mattia on the
Image of Emily Blunt in ‘A Quiet Place’
John Krasinski’s latest film summons terror from the everyday
By Harry Windsor on the
Image of Kurt Fearnley
The level of inclusion on the Gold Coast has been a breakthrough
By Mungo MacCallum on the
Image of ‘La bouée rouge’ by Paul Signac
Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay at the Art Gallery of South Australia
By Miriam Cosic on the
Image from ‘The Party’
Sally Potter’s dark comedy skewers British manners
By Doosie Morris on the
Image from ‘Ready Player One’
Spielberg has principles, and if you don’t like them, he has others
By Harry Windsor on the
Is the former detention centre site a tropical paradise or hell on earth?
By Mungo MacCallum on the
Image from Sydney Theatre Company’s ‘The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui’
The Sydney Theatre Company production brings Brecht’s parable closer to home
By Steve Dow on the
Image from ‘Early Man’
The studio’s founders discuss prehistoric soccer and their history in Hollywood
By Harry Windsor on the
Image of Malcolm Turnbull
Sledging is unlikely to improve, on the field or in politics
By Mungo MacCallum on the
Image from ‘Ready Player One’
‘Ready Player One’ buckles under nostalgia’s weight
By Luke Goodsell on the
Image of work by Tamara Dean at the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art
Contrary to its name, this year’s Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art emphasises unity
By Miriam Cosic on the
Image from ‘Babylon Berlin’
The gripping Weimar-era police procedural feels completely in the moment
By Craig Mathieson on the
Image of commissioner Kenneth Hayne
The banking royal commission is unlikely to lead to lasting reform
By Mungo MacCallum on the
Image from ‘Human Flow’
Ai Weiwei’s new documentary finds new ways of seeing an accepted global trauma
By Lauren Carroll Harris on the
Image of Quarterly Essay 69, “Moment of Truth” by Mark McKenna
Australia is on the brink of momentous change, but only if we can face up to the past – a Quarterly Essay extract
By Mark McKenna on the

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