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  • Britain's James Acaster wins renamed top award at 2019 Melbourne comedy festival April 21, 2019
    Awards ceremony closes controversial week during which Barry Humphries’ name was dropped from prizeThe newly named Melbourne International Comedy Festival Award for the most outstanding show was awarded to the British comedian James Acaster in a ceremony in Melbourne on Saturday.Acaster won the award for his show Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999. Also nominated for […]
    Will Cox
  • Boutique beat: 20 of the best UK music festivals for 2019 April 20, 2019
    Our pick of this summer’s smaller festivals features cool sites in the countryside, as well as art, crafts, yoga – and great soundsReturning to Gilcombe Farm (a couple of miles from Bruton village’s train station), for a fifth year, Shindig still aspires to be a party with friends rather than a full-scale festival. There’s an […]
    Antonia Wilson
  • Beyoncé brings it home: why concert films are big again April 19, 2019
    The genre makes financial sense for Netflix and artists, as well as offering stars the control they craveAs a camera makes its way through a sea of backing dancers, majorettes and marching bands, Beyoncé appears in a sequined robe and headdress reminiscent of Queen Nefertiti. This is the climax of Coachella 2018, and for the […]
    Lanre Bakare
  • 10 of the best city music festivals in the UK for 2019 April 19, 2019
    For those who love music but hate camping, these multi-venue urban festivals showcase music and art without the mud and creepy-crawliesIn dark times, disco offers a seductive, defiant escapism. In its second year, this festival will explore that wider cultural resonance in film screenings and Q&As, before partying late in venues around Brixton’s Windrush Square, […]
    Tony Naylor
  • Homecoming review – Beyoncé documentary is a triumphant celebration April 18, 2019
    The Netflix film, featuring rehearsal and live footage of her 2018 Coachella performance, is one of the all-time great concert docsThroughout Homecoming, the new Netflix documentary chronicling Beyoncé’s monumental performance at the 2018 Coachella music festival, quotes from distinguished black creatives and intellectuals appear at various points, serving as interstitial title cards between footage of […]
    Jake Nevins
  • Cannes film festival 2019: an intriguing lineup, with big-name clout | Peter Bradshaw April 18, 2019
    Asian auteurs show exciting new work, Céline Sciamma and Mati Diop bringing verve to the festival, seasoned directors from Almodóvar to Elia Suleiman add class, and it could all kick off with Maradona•Full list of filmsThis year’s Cannes selection was unveiled under a revered image, almost a tutelary deity. The poster shows the 26-year-old Agnès […]
    Peter Bradshaw
  • Cannes festival 2019: full list of films April 18, 2019
    All the films screening at the 72nd edition of France’s celebrated film festivalCompetitionThe Dead Don’t Die (dir: Jim Jarmusch) – opening filmAtlantique (dir: Mati Diop)Bacarau (dir: Kleber Mendonça Filho & Juliano Dornelles)Frankie (dir: Ira Sachs)A Hidden Life (dir: Terrence Malick)It Must Be Heaven (dir: Elia Suleiman)Les Misérables (dir: Ladj Ly)Little Joe (dir: Jessica Hausner)Matthias and […]
    Guardian film
  • Cannes 2019: new films from Terrence Malick and Ken Loach – but no Tarantino April 18, 2019
    Lineup includes usual big-name auteurs including Herzog and the Dardennes brothers, but only four films by women in competition•Full list of filmsThe film world’s big beasts, including Terrence Malick, Ken Loach and Werner Herzog, have films premiering in May at the Cannes film festival – but Quentin Tarantino’s will be conspicuous by its absence after […]
    Andrew Pulver
  • Cannes 2019: 20 films we hope will be at the film festival April 17, 2019
    Ahead of the official lineup announcement on Thursday, we’re banking on Quentin Tarantino, Terrence Malick, Kelly Reichardt and Leos Carax making the final cutLast year, Cannes did not cover itself in glory. Yes, there were some wonderful films (Zama, Happy as Lazzaro), but there was also a pronounced lack of buzz and awards glory – […]
    Andrew Pulver and Catherine Shoard
  • Proms in the dark: meditative music at the Royal Albert Hall April 16, 2019
    Festival plans include hip-hop, the Clangers, Queen Victoria’s piano and turning the lights offComment: There’s little here that challenges or feels exceptional Organisers of the BBC Proms are considering staging a concert in the dark where people can get away from the world by immersing themselves in meditative, mindful music.Plans for the first Meditative Prom […]
    Mark Brown Arts correspondent