culture

‘The Fireflies of Autumn’: a bittersweet take on the Tuscan idyll

Moreno Giovannoni’s debut collection examines dislocation in a way rarely seen

‘Colony’ at NGV Australia

Twin exhibitions explore the very different experiences of settlement for European and Indigenous peoples

Duals duel in ‘Counterpart’

J.K. Simmons goes through the looking glass in this science-fiction espionage series

‘Kudos’ by Rachel Cusk

A masterful trilogy concludes

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’: a safe take on the rogue’s origin story

Ron Howard’s entertaining prequel is missing the looseness Han deserves

Cannes Film Festival 2018 (part two)

Despite an off-key start, this year’s event ended on a high

‘Blackie Blackie Brown’ at STC and Malthouse Theatre

Playwright Nakkiah Lui’s latest delivers comedy and carnage at a bracing pace

Jay Carmichael’s debut novel, ‘Ironbark’

A poetic account of adolescent alienation and masculinity in rural Australia

Cannes Film Festival 2018 (part one)

An ever-so-slightly off-key event

‘The Alienist’: a gripping but imperfect thriller

Forensic psychology powers this lavish series, but is one of its less interesting features

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