Olivia Martin-McGuire’s documentary explores modern China through the lens of its pre-wedding photography industry.
It’s no small job keeping the internet clean.
Leigh Whannell's fictional dystopia attempts to devise new and interesting ideas in the saturated genre.
It was a thrilling night of sweet symphonic sounds, performed at the Conservatorium.
Banned in its home country, Rafiki is both daring and sweet in its earnest, colourful depiction of a lesbian teen romance.
Steve Jaggi's independent film provides a glimpse into the lives of Bondi millennials slowly coming to terms with their own mediocrity.
BarberSoc's Semester 1 showcase was a tonal success
Take a trip back to primary school with these fabulous wom*n
The USyd comedy group served up laughs galore at the Sydney Comedy Festival
Prepare to dive into the zany, seductive and sidesplittingly satirical world of the Upside Down.