35mm Fun: Tom Archer & Robert Hughes
Today we cover one of the first releases by new independent press Snöar, a 35mm photobook by snappers Tom Archer and Robert Hughes charmingly titled Mediocre Idiocy.
Outliers: Jonathan Richman Loved His Parents
A look at The Modern Lovers' frontman - a man whose music will unleash your inner child.
Rza Is Directing An ‘8 Mile’-esque Musical Drama
The Wu-Tang head honcho is donning his director’s cap again.
Art Clip Of The Week: Outsider Journeys With Jarvis Cocker
A three-bit series from the '90s features the greasy mop investigating the outsider art scene.
The Week’s Movie News in GIFs
It's real! It's happening! We didn't dream 'A Very Murray Christmas' after all!
Hockney Continues To Push Boundaries
Confirming his status as one of his generation's finest.
Things People Need to Keep in Mind When Attending Film Festivals
Strangers do not want to hear your opinions.
A Beginner's Guide to Max Landis
The prolific screenwriter has four films out this year.
Justin Kurzel’s ‘Macbeth’ Is a Masterpiece of Shakespearean Cinema
One of the best films of #Cannes2015.
What Does 'The Welfare State' Look Like?
A new exhibition in Antwerp provides some striking black-and-white photos from the Belgian Congo as the answer.
Also on Canvas
Rosaleen Norton, The Witch of Kings Cross
"A revelatory journey into Australia's occult past, where Gods and Goddesses clash with the demons of censorship and conservatism.”
Skateboarding Films: Cinema for Shredders
Gnarly, man! These films are, like, so totally rad.
Inside The World of Romany Caravans
A look at ornate and bespoke caravans from the mid-twentieth century that sometimes cost up to £1,000 per foot.