The US TV writer for Will & Grace and Family Guy has become an Instagram celebrity, but he’s not as misanthropic as his social media profile would have you believe.
- by Kylie Northover
Don’t expect to see 007 driving a Toyota. When it comes to product placement, nothing is accidental.
- by Michael Idato
Angela O’Keeffe follows up her novel about Blue poles by giving voice to Hortense Fiquet Cezanne, the wife of the great impressionist painter.
- by Fiona Gruber
With a few basic prompts, AI can fill our world with any sound we ask for – but not everyone will call it music.
- by Michael Dwyer
A stubborn priest pits himself against the Icelandic elements in Hlynur Palmason’s riveting new film.
- by Stephanie Bunbury
Our reviewers cast their eyes over recent fiction and non-fiction.
- by Cameron Woodhead and Steven Carroll
The film producer on his famous dad, working with Wes Anderson and his plans to visit Luna Park when he’s in Melbourne later this month.
- by Jake Wilson
I realised soon enough that I should have listened to Dad.
- by Anson Cameron
Simon Schama unearths some astonishing stories in his history of vaccination.
- by Pat Sheil
Artificial Intelligence is just the latest tool with which artists explore their ideas. So why is everyone getting so het up?
- by Andrew Stephens