Leigh Whannell on reinventing The Invisible Man: ‘I want to change people’s perceptions’

After his work on the Saw franchise, and a directorial triumph with Upgrade, the Australian genre artisan penetrates the dark universe of classic demon films Late at night after a full 15 -hour date hitting, Leigh Whannell is sitting in…

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‘It’s really special’: the ballet company shaking up the world of dance

By hiring a diverse series of dancers, the directors of Complexions Contemporary Ballet are working to change tired stereotypes When Jillian Davis is on stage, it’s hard to watch anyone else. In a blink of the eye, her body moves…

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Pop star, producer or pariah? The conflicted brilliance of Grimes

Claire Boucher has spent a decade combating the press to reclaim her stature. Dating Elon Musk symbolizes shes never been more controversial but could her new book give her free? Grimes has always had a tortured rapport with visibility. No…

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Jehnny Beth of Savages: ‘Sex is a wonderful way to test yourself’

The confrontational singer explores her fears and self-doubt on a solo recording and in a collect of erotic myth. She talks about memorize to show her care side and acquire cannibalism horny Jehnny Beth is in her childhood bedroom, leaning…

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Joseph Shabalala, Ladysmith Black Mambazo founder, dies aged 78

South African government pays tribute to singer whose group gained worldwide popularity after collaborating for Paul Simons Graceland Joseph Shabalala, the bandleader who delivered the South African vocal accordance group they collaborated with Paul Simon on his 1986 recording Graceland,…

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‘We’re playing to the world’: Galway’s European capital of culture year kicks off

Galway 2020 predicts everything from Margaret Atwood to art with neighbourhood asylum-seekers. Its organisers and artists talk about building bridges and creating a lasting gift for Irish artists ‘I know it’s not utopia, but …” Author Sarah Moss has “ve…

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High Fidelity review remake that’s too cool for its own good

Zo Kravitz makes on John Cusacks role, relitigating her romantic past to get over a breakup, in this often hollow 10 -part Hulu update of the Nick Hornby comedy Rob Brooks, the whiz of Hulu’s reimagining of High Fidelity, is…

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The 1975 commit to playing only gender-balanced music festivals

Following criticism of Reading and Leeds festival for its heavily male lineup, frontman Matt Healy says this is how male craftsmen can be true allies Matt Healy, frontman of Brit award-winning band He wrote:” Take this as me signing this…

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Berlin’s nightclubs fight for same cultural status as opera houses

Clubs tell parliament that without safety, gentrification menaces their existence Berlin’s renowned nightclubs are on track to be awarded the same racial status as opera houses and theaters in order to protect them from gentrification. A group dedicated to protecting…

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‘Like Halle Berry versus gum disease’: nine things we learned at the 2020 Oscars

Brad Pitt get political, the Feline cast got their claws out and Eminems appearance left everyone confused Joaquin Phoenix ran full vegan After Phoenix’s his Oscars speech went far out of range. Beginning with the uncontroversial view that parties like…

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