Author Bernard Cohen has won a $10,000 prize for humour writing for his novel The Antibiography of Robert F. Menzies, published in 2013 by HarperCollins.
Acclaimed Israeli writer Etgar Keret has penned his most personal book yet, which he has controversially decided not to publish in Israel.
A new exhibition at the Jewish Museum of Australia highlights the profound impact of World War I on the Jewish soldiers caught up in it, and on the fledgling community back home.
Willy Russell’s acclaimed musical Blood Brothers comes to Melbourne’s Alex Theatre on July 14 with a cast that includes Dallimore, Michael Cormick, Bobby Fox and Jewish performer Josh Piterman.
WHEN cinema owner Eddie Tamir opens his new eight-screen cinema complex in Hawthorn on June 25, it marks the culmination of a dream that started many years ago. Tamir, who
MELBOURNE will celebrate a smorgasbord of Jewish music at the inaugural Shir Madness festival to be held in Elsternwick on Sunday, September 6. Festival director Deborah Conway – who will […]
THE first Jews to settle in China are believed to have been traders from Persia travelling on the Silk Road in the 10th century who settled in the city of […]
CALLING Ariel Kleiman the “Sundance Kid” may be an apt description for the up-and-coming Melbourne filmmaker. Sundance, the American film festival held annually in Utah since 1978, has provided a […]
I’VE been to a lot of arts festivals and interviewed a lot of festival directors, but this was the first time one had invited me to don a bikini for […]