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Film Review: Searching

This suspense thriller from co-writer/director Aneesh Chaganty and key producer Timur Bekmambetov plays out entirely on screens (PCs, phones and perhaps TVs), a…

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Film Review: Beast

The feature début from Michael Pearce is an ambitious psychological drama with a dangerous edge that falls apart a little into the final act, yet the performanc…

Book Review: The Ensemble

How do you remain your own person when you are one part of a whole? Aja Gabel’s debut novel delves into the intimate lives of the players in a string quartet.…

Stop and stare with Diane Arbus

Despised at the time and adored ever after, the photography of Diane Arbus provides a captivating insight into the fringes of 20th century American society.…

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Film Review: The Merger

This annoying Australian comedy drawn from star comedian Damian Callinan’s solo show and personal experience is a forced would-be charmer where character is awk…

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