The Australia Council report, In Real Life: Mapping digital cultural engagement in the first decades of the 21st century, looks at how audiences have adapted to digital performance platforms.
How the Australian Chamber Orchestra went with the flow for its latest film project.
This outback family adventure story turns the Crocodile Dundee fish-out-of-water story inside out.
In this month's column, Lynden Barber praises the storytelling efficiency of TV comedy and examines a film with a Maori theme.
In a personal documentary David Gulpilil looks back at his life and screen career.
Lynden Barber celebrates Latin American cinema with Chile’s Ema and Argentina’s Heroic Losers.
Award-winning film composer Stephen Warbeck, who wrote and directed The Man in the Hat with John-Paul Davidson, talks to Limelight about how he wanted his music to affect his hatted protagonist, not just the audience.
The performances are marvellously subtle but the film often feels soporific.
Lynden Barber turns to France in his latest column, spotlighting the fourth season of Call My Agent! and the film My Donkey, My Lover & I.
It’s certainly harder to justify regular visits to the multiplex when new feature films and serials of quality crop up on the various streaming services, writes Lynden Barber in his latest column.
Docudrama on rural nomads taps into the Steinbeck tradition.
This month, Lynden Barber reviews the Netflix series Delhi Crime, based on a real, brutal crime committed in 2012, and the droll UK series Detectorists.
With so much great material for TV streaming viewers to choose from, the conundrum is how to navigate the oversupply, says Lynden Barber in his latest column.