Dir Alicia Calderón talks about her film following three mothers in search of their children, disappeared during the Mexican war on drugs.
The play ‘Silent Song of the Genjer Flowers’ addresses Indonesia’s 1965-66 mass killings from the perspective of the victims.
The Phillipines experiences a film-making renaissance. Emilie Bickerton talks to ‘slow-cinema’ auteur and award winning director Lav Diaz.
Rita Jones of Jerico Orchestra explains and performs part of the Symphony of Sirens, composed by Arseny Avraamov.
Prof Stallabrass argues that painting is ‘idling at the terminus of its own exhaustion’ at an exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London.
In Part 3, Prof Stallabrass talks to Banksy’s ex-agent Steve Lazarides investigating why graffiti has lost its transgressive character.
In the second part, Prof Julian Stallabrass explores the phenomenon of the celebrity artist-brand Andy Warhol.
In the first film of a new series, Julian Stallabrass visits the London Art Fair to find out if it’s true that art has become a commodity.
Photographer Nick Danziger talks about his latest exhibition “Eleven Women Facing War”.
Prof Ian Christie explains the importance of New Babylon, a 1929 Russian silent film about the 1871 Paris Commune.