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The restoration of Powell & Pressburger’s 1951 film, The Tales of Hoffmann
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Feature-length films made by artists have broken box-office records, whilst celebrated filmmakers have developed parallel careers as visual artists. Dan Kidner considers the evolution of the ‘artist’s feature film’.
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The city plays itself
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Video Game Photography
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Q: What should stay the same? A: The desire to tell stories.
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From June 1993
Lou Reed has sadly died aged 71. In an article from the 11th issue of frieze Jon Savage reflects on the 'reckless courage' of The Velvet Underground