Mank is about the destructiveness of trying to survive while avoiding doing the wrong thing
Art is about social relationships, says writer John Molyneux—and what art is changes as society develops
Colourful Nights is the latest annual festival illuminating large parts of Canary Wharf in east London.
It is not often that when critiquing war we can look straight into the eyes of those most affected.
This new film is set over 20 years ago, but the pressures on athletes remain the same today. Nick Clark recommends this visceral look into the elite sport
In 2014, Michigan’s state government decided to cut costs by redirecting Flint’s water source from Lake Huron to the river Flint
County Lines doesn’t flinch from showing the squalor behind the headlines. But it feels as if it’s avoiding the most important question
The third film in Steve McQueen’s series takes on the institutional racism that exists in the police
Misbehaving recounts the 1970 Miss World protest in the words of those who made it happen
Ghosts is an enjoyable look at the ties that can bind us, and how easily—and traumatically—these can be severed
The first film in Steve McQueen’s Small Axe series tells the true story of the Mangrove Nine
This horror film follows a couple, Rial and Bol Majur, who have escaped from the civil war in South Sudan to a small English town
Tana French, author of the Dublin Murder Squad series, is back with a brilliant standalone novel
Jonathan Coe’s latest novel might be described as “life-affirming” but it is so much better than that makes it sound.
Looted is billed as a crime thriller, but it’s not really that at all
The second Borat film caught the US right in compromising positions. But its own liberal racism shouldn’t get a free pass
From the beginning La Revolution seems to touch on the upheaval that led to one of the most famous uprisings in history.
Journalist Tom Bower’s last biography was a hatchet job on Jeremy Corbyn. His latest book fawns over Boris Johnson
The Tories’ response to the impact of the pandemic on the arts has been predictably brutal—but artists are fighting back, writes Mark Brown
“The Truth is, I had given up.”