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THE BEST OF JULIETTE BINOCHE

The Visual CV: art-house queen in “Godzilla” shock. Nicholas Barber picks the star turns of a fearless actress read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsfilmFranceJuliette Binochemay/June 2014Nicholas Barbervisual cv

ENCHANTED BY HARD GRAFT

Short Read: for his cinema highlight, Nicholas Barber picks Hayao Miyazaki's "backward-looking fable about innovation"  read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsfilmJapanmay/June 2014moviesNicholas BarberTHIS SEASON

HOW ALAN BENNETT DOES IT

Notes on a Voice: Tim de Lisle on a style that mixes pathos and bathos read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT Alan BennettArtshistorymay/June 2014notes on a voicetheatreTim de Lisle

THE TRICK TO PLAYING BAD

At the Cinema: as leading ladies get younger, actresses like Angelina Jolie are finding it’s good to be wicked. Tom Shone relishes the thornier perspectives read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsAt the CinemafilmHOLLYWOODmay/June 2014moviesTom Shone

FROM A PIANO BAR TO A PLINTH

Short Read: for his classical music highlight, Michael Church picks Juan Diego Flórez reprising a princely role read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsClassical Musicmay/June 2014Michael Churchnew yorkoperaTHIS SEASON

THE UNDEAD FOR ADULTS

Six Good Books: Maggie Fergusson recommends a vampire novel for people who don’t like vampire novels, and the life of a much-loved control-freak read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsbiographyfictionhistoryMaggie Fergussonmay/June 2014memoirSix Good Books

UNITED IN ISOLATION

Found in Translation: Simon Willis is gripped by David Grossman's original meditation on bereavement read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT Artsbooksdavid grossmanFound in translationMarch/April 2014Simon Willis

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