Cinematic culinary fare is a subtle feast, bringing people together, as well as driving them apart. It pairs well with the food we sneak in to view it.
A meta-analysis of our history and how we tell it, The Great Australian Play offers great wealth for its considerable toil, provided one can keep up.
A century and a half ago, unnamed Japanese artists illustrated the fart wars that plagued the country. Or something.
We’re yet to realise the extent of abuses that governments cover-up. One organisation is measuring the architecture of these otherwise quiet abuses.
In 1973, Toni Morrison wrote about the horrors of a violent world, and her longing for escape. In 2019, we need to change very little.
Danny Boyle’s ‘Yesterday’ plays with the idea of a solitary musician profiting off the songs of The Beatles in a universe they never existed in. It’s better than it sounds.