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Family silence drove the making of The Last Goldfish documentary In The Media - Posted on 26 October 2017

The Last Goldfish, screening during the Jewish International Film Festival, reveals how a prosperous Jewish family was broken by Hitler. But it also tells how Su Goldfish discovered she had two half-siblings.

Combating online abuse with the principles of nonviolent resistance In The Media - Posted on 3 October 2017

Online harassment is on the rise, according to a recent Pew Research Center study. Dr Emma A. Jane addresses this frequency of online abuse.

Sustaining artist-alumni: Sonya Holowell & Elia Bosshard In The Media - Posted on 11 August 2017

UNSW Bachelor of Music graduates, Sonya Holowell and Elia Bosshard, featured in RealTime as the recipients of the 2017 SAM Alumni Residency Program.

Sirens review: Themes obscured, but no masking the lofty ambition In The Media - Posted on 11 August 2017

The Sydney Morning Herald reviews School of the Arts and Media resident company, Sirens Big Band.

All about Austen with Juvenilia Press In The Media - Posted on 15 July 2017

Fans of the British author, including UNSW's Juvenilia Press, have been busy in the lead-up to the bicentenary of her death.

Hindustani Jazz turns 'Oz-some' with Sandy Evans In The Media - Posted on 6 July 2017

Legendary Indian musicians are teaming up with jazz artists from Australia in a time-space defying musical exchange.

Vision Splendid outback film festival arrives in Winton In The Media - Posted on 27 June 2017

Lecturer Dr Gregory Dolgopolov is the creative director for this year's Vision Splendid film festival.

Have you been paying attention? Ten’s in turmoil In The Media - Posted on 27 June 2017

Lecturers Dr Michael Richardson and Dr Elaine Jing Zhao comment on the current landscape of television broadcast. 

"The Power of O" an article by Sigi Jottkandt In The Media - Posted on 1 May 2017

Dr Sigi Jöttkandt is a senior lecturer in English at the School of the Arts and Media. Her article for CT&T uses Trumps inauguration and the Women's March on Washington to illustrate a feminist discourse.

Irish Film Festival In The Media - Posted on 28 March 2017

UNSW film teacher, Dr Enda Murray presents the five offerings of Melbourne's new Irish film festival running 6 - 8 April 2017.

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Opinion
Stranger Things 2 is darker and weirder, tempered with grief

Stranger Things 2 brings an expanded universe, new characters and new threats to vanquish but it is a much darker world this time around, writes Mark Steven.

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