Australian writer Tony McNamara says any concern about his use of c-bombs and racy language in The Favourite's script was worth the risk, because period films "can be too polite". Warning: this article discusses explicit language.
Injalak Arts — which had previously run at a profit selling screen-printed cloth, weavings and paintings — is facing a financial crisis, primarily because of cost over-runs on two major projects that it was trying to develop at the same time.
He may be known for his iconic white hair, black sunglasses and pursed lips, but Karl Lagerfeld also succeeded in doing what many of his luxury brand contemporaries could not: he got with the times.
One of the Northern Territory's most successful art centres is about to go into special administration overseen by the Federal Government's Indigenous corporations watchdog, the ABC understands.
This is not a happily-ever-after story, though it has plenty of joyful moments. It's the story of Turbo Brown, who grew up on riverbanks but rose to greatness through his art.
Festival-goers will again be able to get their illicit drugs checked for dangerous substances at this year's Groovin the Moo music festival in Canberra.
The bass player of one of the world's most popular bands performs handstands across the stage to entertain the crowd after a power outage temporarily cuts the sound system midway through the second song.
George Clooney, Robert De Niro, Brad Pitt and almost 500 other Hollywood luminaries sign a letter denouncing the decision to hand out four Academy Awards during ad breaks.
Singer-songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke says she is "dying with excitement" after winning over judges and the public to beat nine other Australian acts and be crowned our entrant into the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.
As the satirical Bald Archy Prize exhibition opens in Canberra, its founder celebrates humour over hate in a year of unrelenting political drama.