Zero Days is a disturbing film on the universal threat posed by state-created computer viruses, says MARIA DUARTE
Friday 6th Jan 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Silence (15)Directed by Martin Scorsese3/5IT’S taken more than two decades for Silence to be made but Martin Scorsese’s labour of love is a complex yet thoughtful exploration of faith, spirituality and the human...
Well Versed is edited by Jody Porter
Thursday 5th Jan 2017
posted by Jody Porter in Arts
CHRIS NINEHAM reflects on the hugely influential life and work of the radical writer and art critic, who died on Monday at the age of 90
Annie Whitehead’s World Music WorkshopVortex, London N164/5
STANDING in front of the 15 horns of her 18-piece World Music Workshop orchestra, trombonist Annie Whitehead’s shining slides...
CARLOS MARTINEZ recommends an informative account of the global shift from capitalism to socialism following the Russian Revolution
Wednesday 4th Jan 2017
State of Terrorby Thomas Suarez(Skyscraper Books, £20)
SINCE British Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour fraudulently signed away Palestine for a Jewish state in 1917, zionism has been the driving force behind the...
Journalism in an Age of Terror: Covering and Uncovering the Secret Stateby John Lloyd(IB Tauris, £11.99)
IN THE wake of Snowden and WikiLeaks, John Lloyd’s book examines the relationship between secret agents...
CHRISTINE LINDEY explains how the 1917 Russian Revolution ignited unprecedented artistic transformations which made a real difference in people’s lives
Tuesday 3rd Jan 2017
Sebastiao Salgado’s photographs are a haunting reminder of the environmental destruction wreaked by the 1991
Gulf war, says BEN COWLES