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.
In this film review of “All Governments Lie”, we hear about different media actors and their ability to hold government accountable.
Art From the Arab World showcases the latest talent in Palestinian artists, completing works based on the theme of repetition.
These rare home movies of Leon Trotsky were filmed in Mexico in 1939 and 1940, a few months before his assassination.
Another Kind of Girl collective provides film making training and produced short films with Syrian girls in refugee settlements.
Prof Ian Christie examines the ideological use of the space programme & cinema’s influence on the programme itself during the Cold War.
Legendary musicians Louis Moholo-Moholo and Abdullah Ibrahim tell their personal stories of playing jazz under Apartheid.
Julian Stallabrass analyses the life, artistic influences, work, and legacy of the Cuban painter Wifredo Lam.