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Marina Abramović Opens Two Shows in London

The Serbian performance artist presents two solo exhibitions spread across Lisson Gallery's London spaces ...

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Alberta Whittle: “I Felt the World Unravelling”

Turner prize-winning artist Alberta Whittle on her latest film and treating her audience with generosity...

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Traversing Time: An Interview with Sutapa Biswas

Ahead of the opening of a major survey at the Baltic, Sutapa Biswas discusses her creative processes and the making of her new film...

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Rachel Maclean’s Fantasy Worlds at Jupiter Artland

A solo exhibition opening this May at Jupiter Artland will showcase a four seminal works and new commission by the renowned Scottish artist...

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Two Major Solo Exhibitions Celebrate the Work of Sutapa Biswas

Solo exhibitions at BALTIC and Kettle’s Yard will look back on the British Indian artist's career and showcase a new film exploring issues of migration...

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Grasping the Eternal: Tacita Dean’s ‘Fernsehturm’

Tacita Dean’s 44-minute long film ‘Fernsehturm’ records the passage and persistence of time as light passes through the interiors of the Berlin TV Tower restaurant...

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Tate Modern screens Shirin Neshat’s 1999 film ‘Soliloquy’

A rarely seen video work by Iranian artist Shirin Neshat is revived from the Tate's collection, and will be free to view (when the museum reopens) until the beginning of February...

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Larry Achiampong: Relics of Time

A new film by artist Larry Achiampong reflects on how the fragility of the present brings hope for a more liberated and accepting future ...

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Rear View: Voyeuristic Images at White Cube

A review of White Cube’s online exhibition inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 thriller 'Rear Window' and the seductions of looking...

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A Different Kind of Different

An animated short film by artist Jordan Baseman explores the psychological impact of breast cancer....

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Virginia Woolf Might Have Preferred an Audiobook

What Was Virginia Woolf Afraid Of? shines brightest when it focuses not on Woolf’s life, but on her actual words and how she used them. ...

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Helmut Newton’s Naughty Little Self

In person, Helmut Newton was downright disarming, innocent and a little boyish. Until you saw the pictures. And then… he morphed into something downright dangerous. ...

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Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and Legendary Tapes

A cinematic portrait of legendary musical innovator Delia Derbyshire takes a conceptual and atmospheric journey into the legacy and character of the music composer / sound pioneer....

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Submissions Now Open for 16 Days 16 Films

Now in its third year, the initiative, which advocates to combat violence against women, will take place from 25 November – 10 December 2020....

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Espresso, Chianti… Maser-a-ti!

In 2020: The Summer of COVID, interweb-streaming Italian-racecar cool is about as close to true freedom as car buffs are likely to get. ...

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In Bright Axiom: The House of the Latitude

As an introduction to the secret society, this documentary is a disjointed narrative where the whole is less than the sum of occasionally fascinating parts....

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Barbican Announce Cinema On Demand

The Barbican's first ever streaming service builds on the current digital content programme from the centre's cinema, creative learning, gallery, music and theatre curatorial teams....

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Gorillas, Trains, Whips and Chains

Barring no holds, Hollywood Bound is a well-curated, hilariously captioned collection of major-studio movie bondage that serves up equal helpings entertainment and old-Hollywood nostalgia. ...

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Whitechapel Gallery Launches Artists’ Film International Programme

Language is the common theme for this year's AFI programme, with every artist's film using language to intensify place. ...

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NFTS Releases Key Findings of Graduate Impact Report

The National Film and Television School has evolved to become a leading global institution, developing some of Britain and the world’s top creative talent....

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Saucy, Piquant, With a Faustian Aftertaste

A film for a specific taste is Phillip Humm's The Last Faust really that indigestible? A review and an entreaty for more divisive filmmaking ...

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French New Wave: A Revolution in Design

This meticulously researched book from Reel Art Press is an extensive collection of French New Wave posters, which were equally as innovative as the films themselves....

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One Night Only for New Gorillaz Documentary

Gorillaz: Reject False Icons is the first ever all-access immersive journey into the world of Gorillaz and its extended family....

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Shextreme Film Tour Goes Nationwide

The world’s first film festival celebrating women in extreme sports and adventure launches its first UK tour this winter....

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Joker, a Film to Fall Out Over?

The most affecting film of 2019 has created debate and controversy, Trebuchet takes a closer look examining these and the underlying message at its core. ...

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Harry Lange and the Design of the Landmark Science Fiction Film

The 2001 File: Harry Lange and the Design of the Landmark Science Fiction Film is a scrupulous study of a film’s inception and its progression through to finish....

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Filmmaker Eugenio Polgovsky First Full UK Retrospective

The award-winning Mexican filmmaker is best known for his innovative documentaries which chronicle the struggles of Mexico’s indigenous population against environmental threats and societal...

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UK Trailer Released for New Chris Morris Film

The Day Shall Come exposes the farce at the heart of the homeland security project: it is harder to catch a real terrorist than it is to manufacture your own....

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New Oliver Payne Film Explores Pre-Internet Hacker Art

The Art of Warez tells the story of the pre-Internet and barely known world of the underground hacker art scene....

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Artist Vincent Kamp Turns Filmmaker to Inspire His Next Series of Crime Noir Paintings

Influenced by cinema and a fascination with the gritty world of urban subculture, Kamp's paintings delve beneath the surface of social class to capture a moment of high tension....

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