This music is mobilising, like summer sun on your back gently pushing you down the street.
Toy Story 4 has pretty much ended its run in our cinemas, but that’s okay because this isn’t so much a review of Toy Story 4 but of how I viewed it.
Wow. Nadia Reid is great. A commanding performer of beautifully crafted songs …
Curved humans with egg-shaped faces, maternal figures that might be the Madonna, suns that could be halos, strolling lovers, and Greek and Australian landscapes signified by a single Cypress tree, a bare-branched gum or subtle changes in the tones of the sky and earth …
Fifteen paintings, the largest of which is 150 centimetres by 150 centimetres, fill a gallery at Mary Mackillop Place, bringing the diversity, and desolation of the Murray-Darling river system to the city.
Natural Order has been timed to coincide with Homelessness Week. Moving, funny, subversive and haunting …
Enthusiastically received by a delighted audience, the charming Once (music and lyrics by Glen Hansard, Marketa Irglova) is deceivingly simple but deeply touching.
The particular joy of reading Lanny is to travel the road without a map.
If the preview I saw of Men in Black: International was a Sydney Film Festival (SFF) film rather than just showing at the same time as the SFF, people would have walked out on it.
Flick back through your old family photo albums and it’s possible, if you’re a Sydneysider, that you’ll find a snap of one of your family members walking down George Street or past the retail emporium Mark Foys.