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Experimental silent films by Man Ray, restored and with new scores, return to the big screen

Four short films May Ray made in the 1920s are being re-released with new music by Jim Jarmusch and Carter Logan’s band SQÜRL

New documentary tracks the return of looted art from France to Benin

Mati Diop’s “Dahomey”, which won top honours at the Berlin International Film Festival, takes a pensive and unconventional approach to its subject


Ten artists receive €100,000 as winners of Chanel Next Prize 2024

The second edition of the biennial award, which acknowledges practitioners across art, film, theatre and more, also grants two years of mentorship and inclusion in a global networking programme

Yang Fudong: ‘It’s a silent movie, Hong Kong is the soundtrack’

The Chinese artist and filmmaker reveals the inspirations behind his silent film made for the M+ Facade, a tribute to the beauty of Hong Kong and the process of ageing

Andy Warhol’s filmed portraits of celebrities head to Hollywood

Christie’s and the Andy Warhol Museum are staging a pop-up show of the artist’s “Screen Tests” during Frieze Los Angeles

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Ben Whishaw to play photographer Peter Hujar in upcoming film

The as-yet untitled film will be directed by Ira Sachs, who just directed Whishaw in the critically acclaimed film "Passages"

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Was Rauschenberg’s grand prize win at the 1964 Venice Biennale a US plot, or just good PR?

A new documentary delves into the machinations that led to the upstart American artist’s stunning triumph at the art world’s Olympics

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Ghosts in the streets: Steve McQueen documentary delves into the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam

The four-hour film, shot mostly during the Covid-19 pandemic, opens in the US on Christmas Day

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The visual thrill of the legendary filmmakers Powell and Pressburger

A rich exploration of the artistry of the film-making duo, founders of the Archers production company, who directed some of the most influential films in the history of cinema, from “A Matter of Life and Death” to “The Red Shoes”

A brush with... Sutapa Biswas

An in-depth interview with the artist on her cultural experiences and greatest influences, from the the textural, labour-intensive work of Howardena Pindell to Jean Cocteau's film Orphée

Hosted by Ben Luke. Produced by David Clack
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‘Black American confidence is really powerful to me’: Garrett Bradley on the role of transparency and music in her filmmaking

The winner of the 2023 Eye Art & Film Prize also discusses the challenge of eliciting a “360-degree experience” and her interest in Italian new wave cinema

A film-maker shares affliction and inspiration with Paul Klee

In his new documentary “Angel Applicant”, Ken August Meyer finds solace in the late works of Klee, who likewise suffered from scleroderma

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A documentary portrait of the artist as a young woman fighting to live and make work

In “Apolonia, Apolonia”, Lea Glob tracks the fitful ascent of French painter Apolonia Sokol and captures something elemental about the artistic spirit


Oscar-nominated director Garrett Bradley wins 2023 Art & Film prize

The artist and filmmaker will receive $30,000 to put towards a new work

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One artist’s decades-long quest to build the largest brass and copper structure in the world

A new documentary chronicling Nyoman Nuarta’s 28-year struggle to build the world’s fifth-tallest statue also doubles as a portrait of contemporary Indonesia

New 3D documentary tells the multidimensional story of American artist H.C. Westermann

Westermann’s hand-carved wooden sculptures pop off cinema screens in Los Angeles and Chicago this month

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An experimental ‘art heist’ film leaves paintings in the vault and strands unresolved

Director Isiah Media’s new film “He Thought He Died”, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, was shot in part inside the storage facilities of an Ontario museum

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Long-awaited Lee Miller biopic starring Kate Winslet falls short of its subject’s artistry

The film about the famed photographer and war correspondent had its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival


Uma Thurman kills it as dodgy dealer in Hollywood's latest art-themed film

'Preposterous' plot involves a New York art dealer who teams up with a hitman to launch a money laundering scheme


Wellcome Collection show explores the ‘terrible fictions’ within scientific racism

The artists Larry Achiampong and David Blandy’s witty films challenge the biases of Victorian pioneers