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Midnight Oil: The Hardest Line - Sydney Film Festival review

Paul Clarke's documentary walks down memory lane, tracing the glory days of the iconic Australian band, and contemplating the legacy…


Time Addicts, Netflix review: a wonderful ride on time

Time Addicts is trippy time-travel tale intertwining comedy and drama. Streaming on Netflix.

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We are Lady Parts S2, Stan review: hilarious, heartfelt and sharp

The all-Muslim punk band is back. With wildly different views on how they should look and sound, theres a chance…

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The Art Of..., ABC review: more interested in personalities than art

How to cover 'the Arts' for a broad audience is a perennial problem for the ABC. This show won't satisfy…

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Colin From Accounts – season 2 review: there's more to the story

Season 2 of Colin From Accounts proves there's life in the old dog yet.

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Renee Gracie: Fireproof, Stan review – driving the narrative from OnlyFans to Supercars

Firmly on Gracie's side, this doco paints a convincing portrait of sexism in sport and a woman's determination to defy…

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A Portrait of Love review: behind every great man there is… another one

Molly Reynolds’ intimate documentary uses the home movies of Roberto Meza Mont to shine a spotlight onto his life with…

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Taskmaster Australia S2, Ten, review: polished to a high sheen

The second season of the comedy game show stays fresh and works well, even if everyone on it has been…

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Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga review – grinds every gear

Can George Miller strike grease lightning again with this fast and furious prequel led by Anya Taylor-Joy?


Paco review: a fantasy quest through the everyday

Tim Carlier’s clever and ambitious low-budget comedy is a love letter to Adelaide and its communal arts scene.

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