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‘It was like entering an underground club’: Gregor Hildebrandt’s ‘In Meiner Wohnung Gibt Es Viele Zimmer’

Art

‘It was like entering an underground club’: Gregor Hildebrandt’s ‘In Meiner Wohnung Gibt Es Viele Zimmer’

by Young Kim

Weekend Watch: The Conformist

Movies

Weekend Watch: The Conformist

by James Oliver

The Bertolucci film that brought the glamour of Fascism to the forefront.
Ariana Grande is rewriting the rules of pop stardom

Music

Ariana Grande is rewriting the rules of pop stardom

by Olive Pometsey

The singer’s new YouTube docuseries, ‘Dangerous Woman Diaries’, reveals the inside world of an artist making history.
Brexit Deal-Watch 9: The world’s most pointless debate

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 9: The world’s most pointless debate

by Matthew d'Ancona

We are now only 120 days away from Brexit.
Welcome to a world ruled by networks

Politics

Welcome to a world ruled by networks

by Matthew d'Ancona

Old-fashioned institutional analysis is no longer sufficient to understand power.
UN to add reggae to a list of ‘national treasures’ they will promote and protect

Music

UN to add reggae to a list of ‘national treasures’ they will promote and protect

by Simon Doherty

The intergovernmental organisation said that the genre is ‘cerebral, socio-political, sensual and spiritual’.
BRITs Critics’ Choice 2019: Is this really the best that British music has to offer?

Music

BRITs Critics’ Choice 2019: Is this really the best that British music has to offer?

by Douglas Greenwood

This year’s line-up reveals the homogeneity of the industry behind the scenes.
‘Roma’ is Cuarõn’s tour de force

Movies

‘Roma’ is Cuarõn’s tour de force

by Lucy Scholes

The Oscar-winning director's latest venture does not disappoint.
Back to Gilead: a publishing sensation

Books

Back to Gilead: a publishing sensation

by Matthew d'Ancona

Margaret Atwood has revealed she is working on a sequel to ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’, due to be published next year.
Bertolucci the film buff

Movies

Bertolucci the film buff

by James Oliver

It was the great director’s passion for movies that set his work apart from the rest.
Could a Roald Dahl universe be Netflix’s golden ticket?

Television

Could a Roald Dahl universe be Netflix’s golden ticket?

by Olive Pometsey

The streaming service has announced a new series based on the novelist’s books, but messing with childhood favourites is a dangerous game.
It’s 2018 and robots are taking selfies on Mars   

Technology

It’s 2018 and robots are taking selfies on Mars  

by Simon Doherty

But no aliens reported yet.
What does it mean to be called a ‘monster’? Inside the UK’s leading psychotherapy clinic

Social

What does it mean to be called a ‘monster’? Inside the UK’s leading psychotherapy clinic

by Moya Sarner

Our writer talks to the clinicians treating some of society’s most violent individuals and finds that, often, the line between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ is not so clear cut.
The Ryan Murphy and Olivia de Havilland dispute could change how real people are depicted on screen

Movies

The Ryan Murphy and Olivia de Havilland dispute could change how real people are depicted on screen

by Lucy Scholes

The ‘Gone With The Wind’ star is filing a lawsuit against Murphy’s TV show ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’.
‘Workers!’: Destigmatising the sex industry through the arts

Movies

‘Workers!’: Destigmatising the sex industry through the arts

by Zoe Whitfield

Offering a fresh perspective on its subjects, this film shows that sex workers deserve the same rights as everyone else.
The National Theatre is at a crossroads: which way will it go?

Theatre

The National Theatre is at a crossroads: which way will it go?

by Alexander Larman

It's not looking too good right now.
A very important trailer has just leaked

Movies

A very important trailer has just leaked

by Olive Pometsey

The leaked trailer for ‘Guava Island’ stars Rihanna and Donald Glover. Need we say more?
Bernardo Bertolucci, legendary Italian director, has died aged 77

Movies

Bernardo Bertolucci, legendary Italian director, has died aged 77

by Pamela Hutchinson

The director was one of the most critically adored of his generation.