From a trilogy by Korea’s leading queer filmmaker to independent documentaries and James Franco-starring sexual thrillers, Mardi Gras Film Festival is back, and more diverse than ever.
From alternate reality dating apps to cross-cultural examinations and mass installations that retrace forgotten moments in Indigenous history, these five artists represent the breadth of Sydney’s art community.
Ahead of her national tour, Julia Jacklin talks Britney Spears, existential spirals and learning that the music industry isn’t that scary – as well performing ‘Don’t Let The Kids Win’ live on air.
From Tilly Devine to Queen Cxnt and a show about the best corn chip in the universe: here are six Sydney Fringe Festival shows we think are worth checking out.
Frustrated by the growing trend of sexual assaults towards women at concerts and music festivals, Melbourne three piece Camp Cope have enlisted Australian musicians for #ItTakesOne, a campaign imploring punters to speak out and stop assault when it happens.