‘Here We Are’ at the Art Gallery of NSW

An opportunity for rethinking the position of women in contemporary art

Girls, interrupted: Sophie Hyde’s ‘Animals’

This untamed depiction of female friendship moves beyond basic binaries of freedom and control

Venice International Film Festival 2019

Théo Court’s masterful ‘Blanco en Blanco’ is a bright point in a largely lacklustre line-up

Requiem for a stream

The promise and politics of livestreaming in ‘Present.Perfect.’ and ‘Jawline’

Strength in numbers at Neon Parc

‘Mira Gojak / Elizabeth Newman’ illustrates the possibilities for curated shows in commercial galleries

Innocence and experience in ‘Stranger Things 2’

Can Netflix’s breakout supernatural hit transcend its nostalgia-fuelled premise?

Uneasy appeasement in Yorgos Lanthimos’ ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’

The director of ‘The Lobster’ can’t quite pull off this high-concept dance between the grandiose and the grotesque

The unexpected depths of Netflix’s ‘BoJack Horseman’

An animated satire about an anthropomorphic former sitcom star gets surprisingly real

Seeing both sides in Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s ‘The Vietnam War’

In a new series, prolific documentarian Ken Burns finally acknowledges that American stories have an impact on the stories of others

Liveworks in review: ambitious, engrossing

The annual festival of experimental art energised Sydney’s Carriageworks over ten days