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Cannes Film Festival 2022 highlights: part one
Mia Hansen-Løve’s ‘One Fine Morning’, Charlotte Le Bon’s ‘Falcon Lake’ and Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk’s ‘Pamfir’ were bright spots in an otherwise underwhelming line-up
The art of the teal
Amid the long decline of the major parties, have independents finally solved the problem of lopsided campaign financing laws?
The end of Liberal reign in Kooyong
At the Auburn Hotel on election night, hope coalesces around Monique Ryan
The avoidable war
Kevin Rudd on China, the US and the forces of history
Election special: Who should you vote for?
Undecided about who to vote for in the upcoming federal election? Take our quiz to find out your least-worst option!
Remembrance or forgetting?
The Australian War Memorial and the Great Australian Silence
Issues and policies
What will it take for Australia to fix the affordable housing crisis?
Present indicative: Daniel Johns’ ‘FutureNever’
The former Silverchair frontman’s second solo album lacks cohesion, but affords him space to excavate his past
Temporal probe: ‘Shining Girls’
Elisabeth Moss is exceptional in time-travelling drama ‘Shining Girls’, while absurd comedy ‘Killing It’ reveals Australian Claudia O’Doherty as a comic force
Matt Reeves’s blockbuster is the best Batman film yet
Concentrated on Robert Pattinson’s psychologically coherent caped crusader, ‘The Batman’ is a cautionary tale about state failure
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