Bob Dylan and Martin Scorsese are offering us an utterly contemporary film, tackling issues that go to the heart of modern life in the era of Trump, writes Mark Bannerman.
The AFL and clubs issue a statement apologising unreservedly to Adam Goodes ahead of the release of a documentary film about the racism that drove him out of the game.
Chinese-Australian artist Badiucao — who anonymously inspired a global movement to recreate the iconic Tiananmen "tank man" — takes off his mask for the first time in a new exclusive ABC documentary.
Singer Sir Elton John says the cutting of gay sex scenes in Russian screenings of Rocketman are "a sad reflection of the divided world we still live in and how it can still be so cruelly unaccepting of the love between two people".
TV blockbusters like Game of Thrones may steal the limelight, but in far north Queensland the humble video shop may be the sleeper hit of 2019.
A new Tarantino hit, a surprise winner, and a banner year for horror. Here are the films that everyone was talking about — and where and when you can see them.
The prequel turned 20 this week and its influence is still felt in CGI-heavy films and the moans of fans dissatisfied with everything from Game of Thrones to the latest adventure in a galaxy far, far away, writes Cameron Williams.
A diverse list of films are in the running to take cinema's top prize at Cannes this year, and whoever wins will be carving a new direction for a film industry upended by the demands of MeToo.
The animated Aladdin might be a nostalgic classic for those in their 20s and 30s, but a remake isn't "political correctness gone mad", writes Michelle Smith.
Live election broadcasts have come a long way in 50 years. The ABC's 1969 coverage featured incorrect results, scrunched-up bits of paper and uneaten sandwiches — it even led to a raunchy play that inspired a film.