Human rights might not seem like an obvious theme for an arts and film festival. Bit bleak, surely? Not according to this lineup.
Like a cross between a high-production style mag and a contemporary art publication, FLATT magazine pits beautiful images alongside seriously stimulating reading.
A master of a 550-year-old craft, Wayne Davis explains why sometimes the old way is the only way.
Refugee camps aren’t all food queues and barbed-wire fences. As this project from FilmAid shows, they’re mini-cities with a vibrant camp life of markets, sports events and cafes.
Spike Jonze’s Her may have disappeared from cinema screens, but Melbourne’s Rooftop Cinema are keeping the passion alive. True romance.
What if the U.S. 'War on Drugs' was working? One of the many fascinating, disheartening theories in this documentary is that it is: by fuelling profits for police and prisons.
It took a cavalcade of filmmakers (18 to be exact) to take Tim Winton’s short story collection to the big screen.
In just one year The Clash went from working-class punks to Top 10 rock stars. This new doco exposes the rivalry and betrayal that lead to their demise. "Rock the Casbah" indeed.
Volume 10 features a sublime collection of photos by Edward Burtynsky, each of them focused on water and how it's being manipulated in the modern world.
If you're a fan of Star Wars, the Alien movies, Blade Runner or basically any sci-fi film made since the ’70s, you might want to sit down. All those characters and visual effects were a rip off of the early work by director Alejandro Jodorowsky.
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