Palme d’Or contender: Cate Blanchett in Carol, directed by Todd Haynes

Such is the nature of the news cycle that some editions of the Cannes film festival come to be identified with satellite scandals only obliquely relat(...)

Cate Blanchett in Carol, Todd Hynes’s  adaptation of a Patricia Highsmith novel about a lesbian romance

This correspondent has developed a theory that recent Cannes Film Festivals are a little like Star Trek films. Over the current decade, the even-numbe(...)

Amy Winehouse, who died from alcohol poisoning nearly four years ago in London at the age of 27. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters 1:35

A new documentary on the life of late British singer Amy Winehouse shows the six-time Grammy Award winner in her younger days discussing her misgiving(...)

Philip King of Other Voices: ‘In the west of Ireland and in west Kerry, there is a new leaving and exodus going on.’ Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

Seismologists in the US have noticed strange tremors and shakes coming from across the Atlantic, where the ocean meets landfall on the edge of Europe.(...)

Mark Ronson has been on kissing terms with the cultural zeitgeist before. He worked with Amy Winehouse on Back to Black to produce an album that be(...)

Party off, GarthMetro Herald, July 4th. After Dublin City Council blocks two of his Croke Park gigs, Garth Brooks starts issuing ultimatums: The great(...)

Parents of the late British singer Amy Winehouse pose for photographs next to a statue of their daughter unveiled in the Stables Market in Camden Town, London at the weekend. Photograph: Hannah McKay/EPA

Hundreds of fans gathered in Camden, north London, yesterday for the unveiling of a statue in memory of singer Amy Winehouse. The bronze statue, which(...)

 Christina NOble on the set of Noble with director Stephen Bradley, produucer Melanie Gore-Grimes and a huge cast of “babbies”

‘I’m a raucous kind of a character,” says Christina Noble. No kidding. We’re two hours into an interview at her Lucan home and I’ve come down with a m(...)

David Baddiel: ‘The more famous you are, the less the version of you that’s out there is true. I am ridiculously obsessed with authenticity’

‘Fame is a silly thing that makes your life absurd,” says David Baddiel, once a quarter of The Mary Whitehouse Exp(...)

It began with Feel the Love. Actually, the John Newman story began much earlier than that smash hit – stories are never as cut and dried as the nar(...)