Martin Phillipps on The Chills’ long-awaited new album, Silver Bullets.
The director of 99 Homes on his film’s moral tightrope, New Zealand’s current housing bubble, and the trouble with John Key.
At the BFI London Film Festival 2015: Jia Zhangke’s multi-generational Chinese epic, Mountains May Depart; the façade of progressivism in Flocking; AKIZ’s techno teen horror, Der Nachtmahr; and Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten, the untold story of South-East Asian rock ‘n’ roll.
On the eve of this year’s Man Booker Prize shortlist announcement, nominee Anna Smaill talks in-depth about her captivating debut novel, The Chimes.
Four key documentaries at the Melbourne International Film Festival 2015: Fassbinder: To Love Without Demands, Those Who Feel the Fire Burning, My Love, Don’t Cross That River, and She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry.
On the unsettling and unlikely beauty of Alexander McQueen’s designs, currently in retrospective at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum.
J.M.W Turner’s late masterpieces at the Tate Britain; Marian Goodman exhibits new and recent works by Gerhard Richter; plus, Steve McQueen’s new video installation courtesy of Thomas Dane Gallery.
At London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, a definitive retrospective of Horst P. Horst’s iconic fashion images, plus radical designs from the Russian avant-garde theatre.