A simple image and an argument with his wife formed the genesis of director David Lowery's haunting film.
Stephanie Bunbury joined Fairfax after studying fine arts and film at university, but soon discovered her inner backpacker and obeyed that call. She has spent the past two decades flitting between Europe and Australia, writing about film, culture high and low and the arts.
In one extraordinary gesture, a revered printmaker has transformed the gallery's collection of post-war American art.
Her famous surname had its advantages, but these days Francis Ford can wait.
Wallace & Gromit will star in ACMI's behind-the-scenes look at the world of Aardman and stop-motion animation.
Florence Pugh is a young wife who refuses to be crushed in William Oldroyd's Lady Macbeth.
Celebrated choreographer pairs with Jamie xx and Olafur Eliasson for Tree of Codes.
The work of Emily Dickinson was a siren's call to director Terence Davies, who felt he had much in common with the American 19th-century writer.
Parents and carers are often surprised by the impact of specialised performances from British theatre group for children with learning disabilities.
Many reporters said the second series of Top of the Lake was the best thing they saw at Cannes.
Director cast her as a middle-aged punk because nobody else was as game to take on outrageous roles.