Godland is a bone-chilling, eye-dazzling, heart-wrenching film – both an epic saga of landscape cinema and a terrifying philosophical voyage.
- by Paul Byrnes
This wrap of live shows includes Guys and Dolls at Chapel Off Chapel, Escaped Alone and What If If Only, an anniversary performance by The Beasts and more.
- by Sonia Nair, Tony Way, Kate Herbert and Martin Boulton
The Matildas will take on England in the semi-final, kicking off at 8pm Wednesday – fresh off the back of a nail-biting penalty shootout win against France.
- by Alex Crowe and Katherine Scott
From stories of religious fervour gone horribly wrong to a quiet tale of an alien invasion, horror is having a well-deserved moment.
- by Stephen A Russell
A fully restored steam train, live music and a big dose of community spirit are coming together to boost tourism in regional Victoria.
- by Martin Boulton
The Melbourne International Film Festival’s virtual reality program explores the cutting edge of experimental cinema.
- by Will Cox
This wrap of shows around Melbourne includes Chunky Move’s 4/4, Miss Peony at Arts Centre Melbourne, Alistair Baldwin’s Telethon Kid, and Musicians of the Gewandhaus Orchestra.
- by Sonia Nair, Tony Way and Andrew Fuhrmann
A new musical explores how the king of rock’n’roll changed popular music forever.
- by Michael Lallo
This wrap of shows around Melbourne includes Caroline Lee in offbeat monodrama June, 2:22 A Ghost Story at Her Majesty’s Theatre, jazz group Trichotomy, Paco Pena’s Flamenco in Concert, and Werribee Park Mansion’s long-running production of What Was That?
- by Cameron Woodhead, Sonia Nair and Jessica Nicholas
You’ll hear classically trained Tina Guo on films such as Dune and Top Gun: Maverick, and she’s played with Adele and Stevie Wonder, but it wasn’t until after she joined a circus that her parents accepted her musical path.
- by Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen