SFF 2021 is back in cinemas this November with one of its best collection of films ever.
The 25th Japanese Film Festival celebrates a milestone anniversary – and a return to the big screen.
Esteemed London restauranteur Jan Woroniecki introduces his newest creation, Kavka Vodka, to the Australian market.
Australian dance company Marrugeku celebrates 25 years of creativity and culture with a magnificent commemorative book, Marrugeku: Telling That Story.
Benevolent organisations around the country will be holding out “virtual buckets” this October, collecting funds for struggling arts industry workers.
It’s Petember and the children’s charity Variety invites you to dress your pets and help raise money for kids with needs.
The Sydney Sacred Music Festival wants you to experience the unexpected. Rita Bratovich spoke with festival director Richard Petkovic to find out what that actually means.
For the second consecutive year, the Irish Film Festival will be presented completely online. It will feature a dozen films across a range of genres plus bonus content, to be sure.
Run Against Violence will challenge teams to run virtually from Broken Hill to Sydney to help raise awareness about family and sexual violence.
The inaugural EnQueer – Sydney Queer Writers’ Festival will provide a much needed space for the queer literati.
Irrepressible entertainer Catherine Alcorn has launched a new streaming series, Catherine & Friends, featuring loads of fun and a stellar line-up of guests.
A dual exhibition at the Casula Powerhouse will celebrate iconic Australian artist Ken Done, who speaks with the Sentinel about his unique designs and paintings.
Potted Potter sees the entire Harry Potter series boiled down to an easily digestible 70 minutes – and seasoned with humour and bad wigs.
The Australian Museum’s new exhibition, Spark, showcases the latest technology and innovations to tackle climate change.
Rita Bratovich reviews the thrilling, shocking and deliciously decadent Wonderfully Terrible Things at The Vanguard, Newtown.