Here are some of FIB’s current favourite photographers, who push creative and conceptual boundaries in relation to sex, love and war in their work. 1.
We’ve had “The One Where Ross and Rachel Take a Break,” “The One With Monica and Chandler’s Wedding” and “The Last One” but now, to
This Week, the University of Sydney’s Union announced that its once infamous place on campus, Manning Bar, would cease trading hours and only be open
When Disney’s 2013 film Frozen made its debut, a record breaking Broadway musical was likely unthought of. Its small, initial release grew to a billion dollar
Victoria’s Secret has recently come under fire for its “culture of misogyny” in a recent New York Times investigation which uncovered the “widespread bullying” and
The last six months have seen an influx of the new and rare Selena Gomez. Her latest album dropped to much critical acclaim and reached number 1
Netflix’s new documentary Miss Americana focuses on Taylor Swift as she navigates politics, expectations of herself, a sexual assault trial, and a profound sense of loneliness.
Every time the Oscars announces its nominations, a resounding wave of shaking heads can be witnessed across the world. With its complete lack of diversity
Music’s night of nights, the Grammy Awards graced the Staples Centre last night and featured warm tributes to Kobe Bryant and Prince. It also had
It is often rare to watch a play that manages to carefully and intricately weave the nuances of identity, family, and relationships so cleverly together.
This month, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their decision to step away from the Royal Family. Social media has been flooded with headlines like
Brace yourselves Australia, your Summer prayers have been answered. A world record setting inflatable theme park is coming early next year. It was recently announced