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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.
Ron Cerabona What's on the world of books in Canberra this week.
Ron Cerabona This 1945 documentary has been finished, restored and released to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Belsen concentration camp.
Ron Cerabona The Uninvited is an old-fashioned and restrained film with a good cast that is worth seeing.
Ron Cerabona Relationships and attitudes are examined in Noah Baumbach's new movie.
Ron Cerabona What's happening in the literary world in Canberra.
Ron Cerabona The Last Five Years is an intimate two-person musical exploring a relationship, writesRon Cerabona.
Ron Cerabona Drumstruck is a show in which audience members are encouraged to participate.
Ron Cerabona Honest Puck Productions has been formed by the founders of the Canberra Academy of Dramatic Art to give opportunities to its graduates and staff.
Ron Cerabona Left Behind (M) 2 stars
Ron Cerabona Our weekly guide to what is happening in Canberra's literary world.
Ron Cerabona This is the Australian premiere of a documentary about the Pintupi people and their reaction to seeing footage of themselves shot decades earlier.
Ron Cerabona This award-winning husband and wife duo perform as Beautifully Mad.
Ron Cerabona Disney steps into the future with appealing animated feature.
Ron Cerabona Annabelle is a lacklustre mixing of elements from Rosemary's Baby and The Exorcist.
Ron Cerabona Of prizes, talks and things literary.
Ron Cerabona How did Mr and Mrs Bennet come to be married? Emma Wood explores this question in her theatrical precursor to Pride and Prejudice.
Ron Cerabona The ANU School of Music's 2015 Ensemble in Residence is a string quartet with a difference.
Ron Cerabona Former New York policeman Matt Scudder (Liam Neeson) is a recovering alcoholic who frequents AA meetings while working as an unlicensed private investigator doing "favours" for people.
Ron Cerabona Events list and a guide of what is in Canberra's literary scene.
Ron Cerabona Bell Shakespeare's As You Like It marks John Bell's last onstage performance with the company.