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Review: Nick Broomfield’s Marianne & Leonard

Broomfield explains, over beautiful footage of Marianne on a fishing boat, that it was the '60s - "a time of free love and...

Finding common ground in a near-future nightmare

Indeed, the darkest threads of the story are not big bangs, but little notes which underscore how much is compromised in a world...

Life on the road with Mags Furuholmen

Everyone adored my mother, Anne-Lise, in our neighbourhood. They’d come by and visit and she would make others feel welcome and part of...

‘Tits up’ for the joyful, colourful, cynicism-free world of Mrs Maisel

Oh goodie, Midge is back, her continuing adventures beckoning like a bright festive season bon-bon. The arrival of the third series of the...

Beck fears most of his music destroyed in 2008 fire

“Like an album like Sea Change, there are completely different versions of songs and then there’s probably another 10 to 20 songs that...

Street artist Kaff-eine’s confessional for gratitude

Melbourne street artist Kaff-eine's latest project invites people to reflect on the things they are thankful for, large and small. "Religious belief is...

The funny thing about cancer …

Initially, he had serious doubts about whether audiences would be able to laugh at what, for most of us, is the ultimate health...

Brawls, bruised egos, boycotts: Q&A’s defining moments

The first day of the 2016 election campaign was upended by an unlikely protagonist - Q&A audience member Duncan Storrar, who challenged a...

why Russell Crowe is feeling ‘young again’

"The last time I got a Golden Globe nomination was in 2005. My eldest boy was one year old and my youngest not...

time-bending play charts the history of oil

As the use of oil spreads, however, we meet May again at pivotal moments in its voyage. She’s on the ground when the...

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