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  • Unite steps in to save Labour’s struggling ‘Glastonbury’ May 26, 2018
    Labour Live Festival at White Hart Lane in north London has had poor ticket salesLabour’s biggest union backer is giving away a thousand tickets to an event billed as Jeremy Corbyn’s very own Glastonbury, amid serious fears that it will lead to major losses for the party.Unite announced to members that it was giving away […]
    Michael Savage
  • Public Health England warns of measles outbreak at music festivals May 25, 2018
    Crowded environments like festivals said to be a risk, amid surge in measles cases in West MidlandsPublic Health England is advising attendees at summer music festivals to be vaccinated against measles, amid worries that the events could allow for the easy spread of an outbreak.In a statement, the government body said that music festivals “pose […]
    Ben Beaumont-Thomas
  • ‘Suffering is nothing to be afraid of’: Jennifer Fox on turning her childhood abuse into devastating drama May 24, 2018
    With new film The Tale, the director has unflinchingly examined a painful episode from her own past, and in the process made an essential #MeToo movieAfter 30 years directing documentaries, Jennifer Fox was a specialist in the truth. Yet, she had been lying to herself since her 40-year-old track coach took her virginity when she […]
    Amy Nicholson
  • Seal hunting, throat singing, and fighting fair: the power and purpose of Tanya Tagaq May 23, 2018
    Before her Dark Mofo appearance, Inuk singer talks about taking on animal rights activists and the upside to living on ‘unforgiving’ land“What I’m doing is not linear,” says Tanya Tagaq. “It’s not everyone’s cup of tea.”The Inuk throat singer recognises that hers is a niche genre. Throat singing started as a sort of a duel […]
    Brigid Delaney
  • The big bangers: grime smashes into the Hadron Collider May 22, 2018
    They rapped in its tunnels and played instruments made out of old science equipment. Could this be Cern’s most amazing experiment yet?‘Anyone attending the performances,” says Jack Jelfs, “will find themselves in a 12-dimensional quantum superposition.” This superposition, adds the artist, will contain three overlaid elements: our mythic past, our scientific present and our unknown […]
    Tara Joshi
  • Cannes film festival's sexual harassment hotline – did it work? May 22, 2018
    Leading industry women spoke out passionately about sexual harassment – but some female film-makers said they continued to be mistreatedIn the post-Weinstein era, it looked as if this year’s Cannes film festival was going to be different. A sexual harassment hotline was launched by the festival, and 82 powerful industry women staged a demonstration on […]
    Anna Smith
  • Gaspar Noé: 'Six people walked out of Climax? No! I usually have 25%' May 22, 2018
    The director’s violent, sexually charged films repel as many viewers as they entrance – but at Cannes, almost everyone loved his latest, LSD-soaked dance drama Climax. So where did he go wrong?The Cannes equivalent of a Sunday service is the 8.30am screening of Gaspar Noé’s Climax, in a basement cinema beside the casino. Once inside, […]
    Xan Brooks
  • Sanja Matsuri festival – Yakuza day in pictures May 21, 2018
    Sanja Matsuri festival is a celebration of the three legendary founders of Sensoji Temple in Tokyo’s Asakusa neighbourhood, with nearly two million people visiting during the three-day event. Continue reading...
    Arnel Hecimovic
  • Nuzzle a panda, kiss a lioness: Jane Goodall takes us on her wildest adventure yet May 21, 2018
    The wildlife legend wants to take the whole world on safari. As her stunning new VR film series launches, she talks about firing up David Attenborough – and explains why Andy Serkis was ‘fantastic’ as an ape ‘Amazing!” gasps Jane Goodall, as she tilts her head in all directions, oblivious to the outside world. Goodall […]
    Steve Rose
  • Jane Campion: ‘Capitalism is such a macho force. I felt run over’ May 20, 2018
    One of the world’s most unconventional film-makers, Jane Campion talks about the end of the patriarchy, doing away with decorum, and how losing her baby son changed her foreverTwenty-five years ago this month, Jane Campion became the first, and so far the only, female director to win the Cannes film festival, with her wild gothic […]
    Kate Muir