Lord of The Rings

Lord of The Rings – Previewed

With the Lord of The Rings trilogy showing in full at FACT next month, Nik Glover takes a look at the fantasy genre’s on screen history… Six hundred and one minutes. This is...


Film Podcast #13: End of Watch and Alps

Film Podcast #13: Alps and End of Watch by The Double Negative on Mixcloud DW Mault reviews latest Jake Gyllenhaal vehicle, End of Watch and the new film Alps, from Dogtooth director Giorgos...

Drawing Sessions #2

Drawing Sessions #2

Julian Shepherd dreams of a time when Drawing Sessions happened each week… Pulling back the green curtain into the Camp and Furnace bar, meandering past lambs wool jumpered musos and delicious wafts of...

Keep the Lights on

Keep the Lights on – Previewed

DW Mault on that rarest of things, the English-language film which refuses to spoonfeed… Duality is key component of the philosophical ideal of both reaction and explanation to the unanswered question: the Socratic...

RUR - a work in progress by Bonk St Theatre @ Metal

Culture Diary w/c 26-11-12

Monday – Ninja Scroll 9pm @ FACT It’s not every day that you get to see a classic 90′s anime on the big screen. And if you’re new to this genre, Ninja Scroll...

Lawrence of Arabia

Lawrence of Arabia – Previewed

DW Mault takes a philosophical trip through David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia, restored for its 50th anniversary… Cinema is a question with no answer. A rhetorical question then? Maybe. An argument with itself,...

BNC 2012, Copperas Hill Building

What’s left behind: LJMU Copperas Hill

In the final weekend of Biennial 2012, C James Fagan muses on the relative success – or otherwise – of the work at Copperas Hill…  One thing we’ve come to expect from the Liverpool Biennial...

Willen de Kooning, Untitled 1966-7

Tracing the Century: Drawing as a Catalyst for Change

  Linda Pittwood tours a sexually charged and meditative exhibition and asks: is drawing having a moment? If this exhibition was to come up with a definition of drawing – which it deliberately...

Liverpool skyline, courtesy Peter Goodbody all rights reserved

Biennial 2012: Expectant Hosts?

What happens when a guest is treated very much as an unexpected one? Joe Zhu found himself in exactly that position… With every Liverpool Biennial of course comes a theme. Whether it be...