The tale of the toxic and tender relationship between writer Erik Jensen and painter Adam Cullen is at its best when exploring the host-parasite relationship between subject and artist.
The boundaries of hybrid-documentary, docu-fiction and narrative drama are forever shifting, and producing some particularly exciting films.
In the face of increasingly absurd debate about Hitler and socialism, liberals would be wise to read up on the finer details before history repeats itself.
Vale Aretha Franklin, the greatest singer of the 20th century.
An emphatic rejection of Australian senator Fraser Anning’s 'maiden' parliamentary [hate] speech by poet John Kinsella.
Who really cares about my "empathy"? The producers of SBS' returning show seem to think we’re living in a democracy. One activated by eminent tears.
The Fairfax archives, covering the media business from the 1840s to the 1990s, have some timely lessons for media watchers.
Afternoon tea is one of the most satisfying and direct routes to denying the horrendous state of the world.
News Corp seem to have a concerted and sickeningly malign campaign to whip up racial hatred. We need to challenge simplistic notions that such media "reflect" opinion.