Still from The Commuter
Having conquered planes and automobiles, Neeson and director Jaume Collet-Serra move the action to trains
By Harry Windsor
The Sydney Festival-bound show’s choreographer loves mixing the body with technology
By Steve Dow
Cover of Atlantic Black
This ambitious second novel doesn’t quite live up to its Miles Franklin–winning predecessor
By Adam Rivett
Image from Barbara and the Camp Dogs
Part cracking musical, part Indigenous family drama, Belvoir’s latest production deserves to go far
By Fiona McGregor
An exhibition showcases a painter who took an untrodden path though a familiar landscape
By Sophie Cunningham
Has Jeffrey Tambor given the groundbreaking series its most definitive ending?
By Craig Mathieson
The author of ‘The Hidden Life of Trees’ argues that animals experience emotions like we do
By Jessica Au
The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu (aka the KLF) redefine the book launch
By Jenny Valentish
The so-called bad-boy celebrity chef has always offered a smarter take – and now we’re beginning to notice
By Matthew Clayfield
Cover of City of Crows
Picador; $32.99
By Helen Elliott
Image of Tony Matelli, Josh (2010)
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, until 18 February 2018
By Miriam Cosic
Still from Call Me By Your Name
Luca Guadagnino’s ‘Call Me By Your Name’ is a passionate, positive tale of first love
By Luke Davies
Image of Björk
Björk moves towards renewal on ‘Utopia’
By Anwen Crawford
Histories personal and national inform Helen Johnson’s large-scale canvases
By Quentin Sprague
Image of Gerhard Richter, September (Ed. 139)
Gerhard Richter’s GOMA exhibition finds beauty in banality, meaning in the arbitrary
By Sebastian Smee
A poem
By Les Murray
Can a young wartime couple pick up where they left off?
By Anna Goldsworthy
How the Monthly changed its typeface
By Patrick Witton