With her debut poetry collection, Sophie Collins explores women’s self-expression in writing
There are many reasons why a People’s Vote should be seriously considered
In a rare but stunted examination of the French publishing industry, Non-Fiction is saved by an excellent performance from Juliette Binoche
With his adaptation James Baldwin’s 1974 novel, If Beale Street Could Talk, Barry Jenkins has achieved something truly special
From introspection to dance anthems, Heard It From A Past Life by Maggie Rogers is a truly singular album
Set in 1970s Mexico City, Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is a deeply personal contemplation of the chaos of family life
Opera North’s production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute is a vivid treat both for the eyes and ears
The Royal Academy’s Klimt/Schiele exhibition offers an unparalleled opportunity to compare the drawings by these two great, Viennese modernists. But the comparison is hardly a fair one.
Thank god today’s lectures are over,
time to begin the ritual of alleviating my sober
state of affairs in which binds me anxious,
Using CGI to create digital humans is nothing new. So why are the digitial supermodels created by luxury brand Balmain so disconcerting?