Derek Jarman

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Portrait of psychiatrist and television personality Anthony Clare, July 1989. Photograph: Richard Farley/Radio Times/Getty

In August 1996, BBC Radio 4 broadcast an interview with Uri Geller, the Israeli magician, psychic and spoon-bending illusionist. Geller had done thous(...)

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The artist talks about his famous collages involving John Hinde postcards, growing up in Newry during the Troubles, and being the subject of new do(...)

Sebastian Adams of Kirkos Ensemble: I was always drawn to trying to do weirder things

It’s not exactly easy to describe the musical world of Sebastian Adams, who co-directs the ensemble Kirkos with fellow composer Robert Coleman. One of(...)

Des Doyle  in the gravel gardens of Lavistown House. Photograph:  Richard Johnston

It was back in 1993, as a young goldsmith recently arrived in Stuttgart to take up an apprenticeship with the master goldsmith Gerald Heinrich, that K(...)

Annabelle Comyn:  ‘I watch the news constantly’

Current favourite book? Recently, I read The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro, which was published a few years ago. It invites you in from the start. I(...)

Todd Haynes: I love great, dark, brooding whistleblower movies. Photograph: Stephane De Sakutin/AFP/Getty Images

The American auteur Todd Haynes, who has presided over such intriguing pictures as Safe (in which Julianne Moore’s housewife retreats from contemporar(...)

Freshly harvested Irish plums. Photo Credit Richard Johnston

In a world where supermarket shelves are piled high with a huge amount of imported produce all year round, it seems strange to think that my elderly p(...)

 Joanna Hogg: ‘I didn’t want to fetishise the shape of a glass or whatever. I wanted it to be about the story and not about the interior decoration’ Photograph: Danny Martindale/Getty Images

Golly, it’s been nearly a decade since I last met Joanna Hogg. In 2010, I hosted an enthusiastic Q & A after the screening of her film Archipelago(...)

The Wizard Of Oz: is there a more recognisable image in western cinema than Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Lion skipping down the yellow brick road? Photograph: Silver Screen/Getty

Eighty years ago, in the summer of 1939, 16-year-old Judy Garland appeared on cinema screens as the orphan Dorothy Gale, dreaming of escape from bleak(...)

Saoirse Ronan rides out in armour that matches her blue eyes

 A few weeks ago, the distributors of Josie Rourke’s workmanlike historical drama embarked on one of the era’s more ill-considered social-media c(...)

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