'Godard gives us a film that shows the white knight as the charlatan we always knew him to be and offers us the anti-hero instead. And after decades of excessively moralistic cinema, this breath of fresh air was thoroughly needed.'
Dreams seem to straddle this boundary between fiction and reality, often informed by real life or perhaps made to help us cope with it.
When the crystal ball was dusted off in January 2020, The Atlantic predicted that the next decade would “look very different from what most people expect.” Little did we know how true that statement would be.
"Social interaction is fundamental for the financial wellbeing of creative industries, to provide a stimulus for new art, to exhibit art and also to remunerate those who devote their time to create it." George Newton discusses the impact of lockdown on artistic creativity and stimulus.
"If people were making a small fortune on Depop and Etsy (occasionally funded by me) by selling vintage and up-cycled clothes, I might as well try doing it for myself on a budget." Sophie Wright discusses how she turned old into new by upcycling during lockdown.
It’s no wonder then that in times of hardship and isolation, such as these, podcasts are more popular than ever.
When Winona Ryder first met Tim Burton, they talked like old friends about movies and music for over half an hour before realising that...
The Provost of Oriel College, Neil Mendoza has been appointed as the UK’s first Culture Commissioner as part of efforts to aid the sector’s...
Being "protected" from anything that resembled queerness did not manage to make me straight
With Shakespeare’s birth and death date happening on the 23rd of April, I’ve been thinking about what a great man he was. So many...