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Nigel Andrews pays tribute and recalls a 1997 interview in which she candidly discussed her screen career
Documentary about the meeting of two cinematic greats: Alfred Hitchcock and François Truffaut
We think of it as ephemeral, but production of data or Google searches is as solid and material as concrete
In Toller’s expressionist work a soldier’s emasculation becomes a metaphor for a defeated Germany
With its intimate, idiosyncratic works, this outstanding exhibition challenges preconceptions
Religion comes under the hammer in Ian McEwan’s latest
‘Sometimes some fine treatment is all it takes, a bit of gallantry, some simmered chicken chunks and spring vegetables in a handsome sauce encased in pastry’
A round-up of the week’s cinema releases
Richard Greenberg’s mesmerising drama sensitively depicts a handful of tremendous characters
Despite its unconvincing staging, this was a thought-provoking performance
From Henry James’s passion for painting to EM Forster’s love of music, novelists find inspiration in other art forms
Subtly ambivalent about social convention, this under-rated painter’s work was ahead of its time
As he enters his eighties, could the man regarded as America’s greatest living novelist yet win the prize he really wants?
This is a somewhat bloodless production of the drama based on a Henry James novel
The beauty industry is doing its best to show its artistic credentials
The Olympics will showcase a metropolis with global appeal – but old tensions endure
An exhibition in Florence highlights the city’s place in the imagination of US artists before the first world war
Andrew Motion’s sequel to ‘Treasure Island’ captures something of the old magic
Painter Maro Gorky, who left hectic London for Tuscany, talks about the sense of belonging to a particular country
A festival honours the county’s most esteemed novelist and woman of ideas
The author of a bestseller on the economic crisis asks why the literary world is wary of finance
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