Six films to see at the Mardi Gras Film Festival
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.
Sydney’s Best Artists of 2016: Interviews with FBi SMAC Award Nominees
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.
Julia Jacklin talks existential spirals at age 11 & shares ‘Don’t Let The Kids Win’ live
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.
Six shows to see at Sydney Fringe Festival
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.
Camp Cope and friends speak out against sexual assault at gigs: #ItTakesOne
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.