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    The Muse in Film: Winona Ryder and Tim Burton

    When Winona Ryder first met Tim Burton, they talked like old friends about movies and music for over half an hour before realising that...

    Editors’ picks – Life and Culture in the Time of Covid-19

    Our CultCher and Life section editors have pooled their wide-ranging knowledge and have produced their picks for shows, albums, movies, books and lifestyle ideas...

    Review: The True History of the Kelly Gang

    Ned Kelly (born in 1854, died on the gallows in 1880) is the ultimate Australian anti-hero. As ubiquitous Down Under as Robin Hood is...

    (Non)Traditional Casting

    When you imagine an eccentric Dickens character or an armored knight of Arthurian legend, you probably don’t picture an ethnically Indian man. Dev Patel...

    Review: Emma.

    With Little Women and David Copperfield playing on screens, and The Secret Garden coming up in April, Emma. is one in a remarkable string...

    “Clue” as a Chamber Piece for Our Time

    I’ve only been away from Oxford for a week. I’ve only spent a week in isolation at home with my parents. But a week...

    Review: For Sama

    It is 2016, in Aleppo, Syria, and Waad al-Kateab is filming the world that unfolds around her, with a handheld film camera. This world...

    David Copperfield: strikingly modern?

    We often speak of a ‘writer for our times’, the ‘voice of a generation’ – there is this need to define our age, to...

    Review: Caging Skies and Jojo Rabbit

    When depicting the world and ideology of Nazi-Germany, the theme of childhood or the child-like figure is quite a well-used one. Key examples include...

    ‘Little Women’: endlessly adaptable?

    Another 20 or so years, another Little Women; this time brought to us by acclaimed director Greta Gerwig and starring some of the hottest young actors of...