Set against a backdrop of handmade costumes and colonialism, We All Know What’s Happening is an absurd, true story about Leonardo da Vinci, seagull poo, the Pacific and children in detention.
To celebrate 25 years of Indigenous filmmaking at Screen Australia Carriageworks hosted some of cinema’s best-known Indigenous filmmakers. Jack and André caught up with a few of the biggest stars.
The slightly absurd Sam Simmons yacks about his Yack Festival show ‘The Radical Women of Latin American Art, 1960-1985’ and whether or not you should procreate.
Were you so enthralled by this wonderful copy that while scrolling it you hit a tree on your bike, ruining the bike and your phone, before undertaking a research rampage on the effects of tech addiction? Ash Berdebes did too! And then she made a workshop about it.
Through her copper works, Shireen explores her experiences of being an Australian Muslim of Lebanese decent, and shares ideas of cultural exchange, sacred space and cultural hybridity.
Resident filmlordes Jack and André chat with local filmmaker Imogen McCluskey about her ambitious micro-budget feature film debut ‘Suburban Wildlife’.
Lucy Smith caught up with Indigenous writer, performer and all-round powerhouse, Steven Oliver. Known to most as the man behind Black Comedy, this week he hosts Faboriginal, a deadly art game show at the Art Gallery of NSW.