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Films such as ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ are increasingly critiqued for their politics — but are we overlooking their art as a result?
A Miami installation reminds us of environmental fragility — and the trend for interactive art
The two rival visions could easily lead to US-China clashes in Asia or in trade
Sky bridges are reappearing in cities but often as exclusive private spaces rather than visions of public utopias
Complicite’s close-up on Hollywood legend Robert Evans is an exhilarating but messy affair
Three stars of a show celebrating black design reflect on race and representation
Lav Diaz wins Golden Lion, with other awards for Tom Ford, Emma Stone and Oscar Martínez
The British film-maker on making action thrillers with brains and why he returned to Jason Bourne
From silk Aloha shirts to spray-painted fabrics — let the West Coast-inspired surf aesthetic brighten up your wardrobe
FT writers select some of the artists, performers or events that will make their hearts beat faster
A feel-good yet edgy show in the Vieux Port explores the tensions that have long been captured in the medium
What makes Patricia Highsmith’s writing so perfect for film — and yet so difficult to capture?
Changes at the label reflect a transformation in the American luxury fashion landscape
How did today’s food revolution start? With fridges, crisps and sexualised ice cream . . .
Over afternoon tea in London, the director talks about the stage musical of his breakthrough film, Spain’s ‘horrific’ economic troubles — and reveals the title of his next movie
Over grilled octopus, the American opera star gives Martin Dickson a singing masterclass and talks about the loneliness of life on the road
Robotic cars offer untold advantages but they might not be enough to convince people to give up driving
The enthralling story of WikiLeaks; Monsters Inc prequel; this year’s silent movie; and more
Minneapolis and St Paul offer some of the best residential services for older people in the US
The Gatsby effect continues to be felt in the coastline’s villas
Danny Boyle’s art-heist movie; poison-pen psychodrama from François Ozon; gang-war and gang-peace
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