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The Giver, review: 'mundane sci-fi'

This Logan's Run rehash is pretty but lame, says Anna Smith

The Giver, review: 'mundane sci-fi'

This Logan's Run rehash is pretty but lame, says Anna Smith

Digital Revolution - The Barbican

Digital Revolution explores and celebrates the transformation of the arts through digital technology since the 1970s. The exhibition brings together for the first time a range of artists, filmmakers, architects, designers, musicians and game developers, w

Artists' Film International - Whitechapel Gallery

A showcase of artists’ film from around the world. Yuri Ancarani’s (Italy) film Il capo (2010) describes the dialogue between man and machine in the marble quarries of Carrara, Italy. Mattias Härenstam’s (Norway) Reconstruction (2013) re-enac

Visual art, film and performance at the seaside: Whitstable Biennale 2014

Mark Sheerin dips his toes into the waters as the Whitstable Biennale responds to the rich texture of the Kent seaside town by serving up a recipe of film and performance art.

Ken Loach's film, Joshua Ferris's novel, The Normal Heart on TV, Bakersfield Mist and The Whitstable Biennale

Bakersfield Mist at London's Duchess Theatre stars Hollywood actress Kathleen Turner in a play about a woman who's convinced she's turned up a Jackson Pollock original in a junk shop.

Ken Loach's film, Joshua Ferris's novel, The Normal Heart on TV, Bakersfield Mist and The Whitstable Biennale

Bakersfield Mist at London's Duchess Theatre stars Hollywood actress Kathleen Turner in a play about a woman who's convinced she's turned up a Jackson Pollock original in a junk shop.

Ken Loach's film, Joshua Ferris's novel, The Normal Heart on TV, Bakersfield Mist and The Whitstable Biennale

Bakersfield Mist at London's Duchess Theatre stars Hollywood actress Kathleen Turner in a play about a woman who's convinced she's turned up a Jackson Pollock original in a junk shop.

Whitstable Biennale 2014

Taking place every two years, the Whitstable Biennale celebrates the best of new visual art, film and performance. The event came out of the growing artistic community of Whitstable and developing a reputation for promoting the best up and coming British