Bechdel, Sexy Lamp, Vito Russo, Riz – which test is best?
The people we’re asked to empathise with on screen are still overwhelmingly, if not exclusively, male and pale.
Russian Doll season 2 breaks the time loop déjà vu
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ABC's You Can’t Ask That: why are bogans shown as marginalised Australians?
The national broadcaster doesn’t see 'bogans' as part of their natural viewing audience – guess it has been 20 years…
ABC and SBS gender affirmation leave: what it is and why it matters
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Election 2022: Australian film and TV – what the pollies promise the screen industry
As the Coalition, Labor and Greens face the polls, the notion of national culture and diverse storytelling could be disappearing…
How to Please a Woman review: sex work comedy with ups and downs
Set in Western Australia, Renee Webster's debut feature film celebrates the humanity and dignity of everyone involved.
Opinion: We don’t take the arts sector for granted
Standing on their record for the arts, Paul Fletcher offers his ideas for the future of the arts should they…
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Arts and screen boards are being stacked with political appointments just when they need vision and diversity.
Heartstopper is the queer TV show we need right now
As LGBTQIA+ people face renewed hostility, this sweetly affirming Netflix series celebrates young queer love with humour and warmth.
Why do Australian TV panel shows suck? Funny answers only
They're cheap to make and can resonate with audiences. So why do we keep getting panel shows so wrong?