The shipyard painter, political activist and razor-sharp cartoonist Bob Starrett has just written a new book The Way I See It on his eventful life and times. Below we reprint one of his stories and review an essential read
ENO's production of La Boheme is a triumph,
I felt like I had a bullet in the brain after watching Walter Hill's attempt to revive the flagging career of Sly Stallone in this buddy-buddy bad man movie that fails to live up to its comic book inspiration conjured by French writer Matz.
This is a love story in which a young girl, looking to change her life, falls in love with a young acrobat and immerses herself in his world.
Director Michael R Roskam's debut film, a driven tale of revenge, redemption and loss of innocence, is set against the backdrop of the workings of the Belgian mafia.
Do Elephants Pray? tells the tale of advertising executive Callum (Jonnie Hurn) who, forced to sell his soul to the devil by promoting the unsellable, goes AWOL as he searches for the meaning of life.
THIS shocking take on teen violence tells the story of Kyung-min, a businessman on the edge of bankruptcy.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is back in his first leading role since Terminator 3.
Following up her tribute to the troops in The Hurt Locker, Katherine Bigelow has turned her attention to fictionalising the hunt for Osama bin Laden and his summary execution.
Is it just a coincidence that the director's film about Lincoln hits the screen in the week of Obama's presidential inauguration
Sex and the disabled is a minefield of a subject to tackle on screen and it is certainly a very difficult sell.