Memory, Myth and Representation: Leah Purcell on The Drover’s Wife the Legend of Molly Johnson

Where the Heart Is: Shifting Frontiers in Here Out West

Authentic Depictions: Julie Kalceff and Ana Kokkinos on Here Out West

All That Glitters: Anthony Hayes on Gold

Unguided Tour: Drifting Life in Adam C Briggs’ Paris Funeral, 1972

Rolling in the Deep: Jane Castle’s When the Camera Stopped Rolling

Singing into the Void: Dreams, Delusion and Fame in Matthew Walker’s I’m Wanita

Elusive Justice: Dean Gibson on Incarceration Nation and the Epidemic of Indigenous Imprisonment

Turning the Tables: Observing and Seeing in Chef Antonio’s Recipes for Revolution

Time After Time: Temporality and Transcendence in Joseph London’s The Beloved

Mining the Past: Mythmaking and Identity in New Gold Mountain

Distant Memories: Grief and Childhood in Li Dongmei’s Mama

Subterranean Trauma: The Palestinian Experience in Darin J Sallam’s Farha

‘Horrible Imaginings’: Playing with Form in The Tragedy of Macbeth

Cinema Science: Surveying the Landscape of Dune

A Whole New World: Metaverse as Fairytale in Belle

Objects of Desire: The Female Body and the Male Gaze in Sirens

Hitting Home: Violence and Morality in Mr Inbetween

Flying the Coop: An Australian Coming of Age in Careful He Might Hear You

Rocking the Foundations

Digitising Our Heritage: Patrick McIntyre on the NFSA’s Funding Boost

Shifting Sands: Kangaroo Beach and Australian Children’s TV

Trash and Treasure: Mitch McTaggart on Reviewing Australia on the Small Screen

In Memory of April Tyack