Alistair Harkness welcomes the chance to revisit an indie auteur who was as important as Quentin Tarantino or Richard Linklater
IT’s been a good week for gay rights. Plans for equal marriage in England and Wales made it through the House of Commons (although they still need to get past the House of Lords) and the Church of Scotland voted to admit gay ministers.
SEXISM lets down the new Star Trek movie according to trekkie Andrea Mullaney, while David Pollock previews a Cuillins psychogeography project.
ALISTAIR Harkness finds further evidence that American TV is outperforming the US film industry, while Andrew Eaton-Lewis discusses the art of creating a drama in 140 characters.
NOW that it’s fewer than 500 days until the referendum that will change Scotland forever, or not, you’ll be hearing lots more well-known names explaining why they’re voting one way or the other.
AT time of writing, two of the most inventively staged viral music marketing campaigns of the year are reaching their endgame.
FOR a while now, the website 100percentmen.tumblr.com has been naming and shaming institutions across the world which consist entirely of men, from boards of major companies to the line-up of the New York Comedy Festival.3 comments
WHEN Iron Man 3 goes on release in China on 3 May, local audiences will get a different version from the one being released in the UK this week.
MARIA Miller’s first speech as the UK’s culture secretary, at the British Museum yesterday, was a curious mix of familiar Tory business jargon, the ‘creative economy’ language of the New Labour years, and a fondness for marketing slogans presumably inherited from her time in advertising.
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