Culture

THE FEARLESS JULIANNE MOORE

Visual CV: she was a late starter, but now she's an Oscar-winner for her agonising portrayal of a woman with early-onset Alzheimer's. Nicholas Barber picks her best performances read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsCinemafilmMarch/April 2015Nicholas BarberNicholas Barbervisual cv

HOLLYWOOD'S COMPUTER PROBLEM

At the Cinema: Michael Mann’s new film has difficulties with digital—echoing, Tom Shone argues, those of film-making as a whole read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsAt the CinemaculturefilmMarch/April 2015moviesTom ShoneTom Shone

THE WISDOM OF ANNE TYLER

Six Good Books: Maggie Fergusson's recommendations, including a triumphant portrait of old age, the human side of T.S. Eliot and a haunting memoir from Zambia read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsbookscultureMaggie FergussonMaggie FergussonMarch/April 2015Six Good Books

PUTTING THE INTERNET ON STAGE

Short Read: making theatre out of the digital world can be difficult. Isabel Lloyd recommends one play, "The Nether", that pulls it off read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtscultureIsabel LloydJanuary/February 2015theatreTHIS SEASON

VAN GOGH'S MOMENT OF CLARITY

Short Read: for her pick of the exhibitions, Olivia Weinberg explores the artist's formative years in the Borinage—expect peasants and miners, but not the sunflowers read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsARTSExhibitionsJanuary/February 2015Olivia WeinbergTHIS SEASONVan Gogh

THE BIRTH OF A NATION

Authors on Museums: how do you make a National Museum for a young country that is both sovereign and part of the Muslim world? Kamila Shamsie returns to her native Pakistan to find out read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT Artsauthors on museumscultureJanuary/February 2015Kamila ShamsiePakistan

STOPPARD'S PLAYFUL PARADOXES

Notes on a Voice: Tim de Lisle pins down a playwright who makes worlds collide read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtscultureJanuary/Feburary 2015notes on a voicetheatreTim de LisleTom Stoppard

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