Screenwriter Andrew Bovell delivers a passionate speech on collaboration and integrity in writing for film.
Andrew McDonald and film critic Thomas Caldwell discuss Bruce Beresford's film Paradise Road.
In this polemic, Clementine Ford puts forth a passionate case that we are surprisingly far from achieving equality be...
Lorin Clarke joins Ruby Murray to discuss Louis Nowra's Australian classic, Cosi.
David Williamson celebrates the Australian Writers Guild's 50th anniversary with his State of the Industry Address.
Publisher and master researcher Hilary McPhee discusses film-maker Tim Burstall's diaries with Wendy Tuohy.
Film critic Thomas Caldwell joins host Ruby Murray to discuss Elia Kazan’s 1954 film *On the Waterfront*.
Tom Stoppard talks about his life and work, and the "unfathomably interesting" space between audiences and performers.
How can we reconcile atrocities that have happened in our midst, and where do memory, truth and justice fit?
David and Margaret reflect on Elia Kazan's Hollywood blacklist era filmic allegory of conflict, coercion and betrayal.
Barry Otto and Tony Wilson explore Louis Nowra's play Cosi, part of our Texts in the City series.
She Must Be Seeing Things examines the work of women filmmakers turning their gaze to the cultures around them.
Screenwriter Mac Gudgeon joins Tony Wilson for a Texts in the City session on the 1985 film Witness.
Adrian Martin, Mel Campbell, Fenella Kernebone and Gillian Armstrong interrogate the role and manner of the film crit...
Filmmakers Sue Maslin, Adam Elliott and Camille Chen talk about the books that inform and inspire their work on scree...
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