Aaron Sorkin's Oscar-nominated film The Trial of the Chicago 7 might skirt the edge of silliness, but it's not a film that can be easily shaken off.
Emerald Fennell's debut feature, Promising Young Woman, is an enthralling look at a young woman confronting the traumas of her past.
Lana Del Rey's 2021 album, Chemtrails Over the Country Club, is both a departure from the Del Rey of the past and a return to something more inherent.
Part of this year's British Film Festival, Sean Durkin’s The Nest chronicles the unraveling of a wealthy family in mid-1980s England.
Directed by Jonathon Levine and staring Charlize Theron and Seth Rogan, the 2019 romantic-comedy Longshot about a Secretary of State falling in love with a slouchy speechwriter, somewhat disappeared from the cultural radar not long after its release. This is a shame.
Bruce Pascoe's 2014 novel Dark Emu challenges the notion that, prior to settlement in 1788, Aboriginal peoples led a primitive lifestyle. On the contrary, Pascoe argues that Aboriginal peoples enjoyed a complex, enduring relationship with the land.