Peter Greenaway’s stunning illumination of The Last Supper helps reclaim da Vinci’s masterpiece for what it is – a visual triumph.
Death as cinematic entertainment takes on a cynical and stupid new dimension in the fourth, and hopefully Final Destination.
It’s not often one gets the chance to chat with a person who is unequivocally the best at the particular thing that they do. The Enthusiast interviews French horn virtuoso Barry Tuckwell.
Queen – It’s A Kinda Magic could indeed be the Cecil B De Mille of tribute shows.
The launch of the program for this year’s Melbourne Festival showcased a newly found exuberance, perhaps courtesy of incoming artistic director Brett Sheehy.
Rip that outdated periodic table off your wall and tear it to pieces – there’s a new boy in town!
Global war escalated today with the fiercest fighting yet in the ongoing battle between the empirical military junta and terrorist group Multiracial Rebel Alliance (MRA).
Sarah Watt’s second feature film, her follow-up to Look Both Ways, is an endearing and cliché-free look at some of life’s questions, both large and small, through the prism of middle-class domesticity.
JJ Abrams gives George Lucas a lesson in the art of the prequel in this reinvention of the Star Trek universe.