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Documentary filmmaking classes for the Bold and Beautiful

A series of workshops specifically for women and gender diverse people aged over 40 exemplifies the agency of human involvement.

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Film reviews: Flora on the Sand (1964) and Juvenile Jungle (1956)

The feature of a retrospective at the 2023 Japanese Film Festival, Kō Nakahira was a filmmaker who interrogated themes of…

Sweet Juices. Image is of a dark bathroom with orange light coming through a slatted window. A woman of Asian appearance and long dark hair sits on the toilet looking despondent, while a bearded man in a striped apron stands in the bath looking at his phone.

Interview with the creatives behind Sweet Juices

In conversation with Sydney-based co-directors Will Suen and Sejon Im, and their irreverent and rumbustious short film, ‘Sweet Juices’.


The rise of South Australian film festivals

Emerging and diverse filmmakers in SA have more opportunities to show their work with the rise in local film festivals.


Little Blue review – Taiwan Film Festival in Australia

Lee Yi Fang's 'Little Blue' is a mediation on female desire through the dreamy lens of adolescence.

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Over 40 diverse writers join ArtsHub’s Amplify Collective

The Amplify Collective will platform talented writers from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds, enabling them to share their voices.

Opinions & Analysis

What I’ve learned creating a Cultural Safety Document

Cultural safety is an ongoing commitment and it takes more than one person or document to get it right.


Exhibition review: Two Girls From Amoonguna, ACMI

‘Two Girls From Amoonguna’ is about pushing through adversity and alchemising it into art that speaks to the spirit and joy of life…


Exhibition review: Shadow Spirit, RISING

’Shadow Spirit’ is a wonderful window into what is possible for the future presenting First Nations culture with immersive media…


Audrey Napanangka review: an enriching piece of Australian cinema

Shot over ten years, this film about Audrey Napanangka provides an expansive yet intimate portrait of a family living between…