culture

‘Atlanta’: thrillingly subversive

Donald Glover’s uncommon blend of the everyday and the absurd makes a masterful return

Merchant Ivory connects gilded surfaces with emotional depth

Restraint belies profundity in ‘Maurice’, ‘Howards End’ and more

‘The Americans’, the Russians and the perils of parallels

Why sometimes it’s better to approach art on its own terms

‘A Quiet Place’, where silence means survival

John Krasinski’s latest film summons terror from the everyday

‘Colours of Impressionism’: a fascinating showcase of the ephemeral

Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay at the Art Gallery of South Australia

Parlour games turn gladiatorial in ‘The Party’

Sally Potter’s dark comedy skewers British manners

‘Ready Player One’: a candy-coloured lesson on VR’s dangers

Spielberg has principles, and if you don’t like them, he has others

‘The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui’: history is an infinite loop

The Sydney Theatre Company production brings Brecht’s parable closer to home

‘Early Man’ returns Aardman to its roots

The studio’s founders discuss prehistoric soccer and their history in Hollywood

Zadie Smith’s ‘Feel Free’

In this collection of essays, Smith shines when she’s addressing the personal

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