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Jan 20, 2011
The Sundance Film Festival 2011 features an eclectic line-up, including a documentary whose star is a chimpanzee named Nim. Read Article Sundance trailblazer: festival preview from Park City
Nov 30, 2010
Documentary film festival features an exploration of the Middle East and the wider Islamic world.
Read Article Film festival features an exploration of Middle East
Nov 21, 2010
The newly opened Dh1.8bn renovation and expansion of the Museum of Fine Art, Boston, by the architects Foster + Partners has revitalised the institution by building on its strengths. Read Article A work in progress: Museum of Fine Art, Boston
Nov 17, 2010
If the prices paid for works by the Pop icon Andy Warhol at this season's major auctions in New York are anything to go by, the US art market may no longer be in the (Campbell's) soup.
Read Article Andy Warhol's pop art keeps auctions going
Oct 21, 2010
Kings of Pastry is a documentary about pastry chefs vying for France's highest-baking honours. Read Article Seriously light and fluffy
Oct 19, 2010
A sensitive portrait of a downtrodden people. Read Article ADFF documentary review: Waste Land
Oct 18, 2010
Pink Saris follows Sampat a foul-mouthed, self-styled enforcer for the pink gang. Read Article Capturing the blush of a new movement
Bill Cunningham New York looks into the life of the eccentric New York photographer.
Read Article Fashion-tracker gets tracked
Oct 17, 2010
Patricio Guzmán describes the political and physical background to his Chilean documentary Nostalgia for the Light. Read Article Nostalgia: Director Guzmán on memories of Chile
Rwanda has been the subject of more films than you can count since the genocide of 1994. In Earth Made of Glass, Deborah Scranton reaches beyond other documentaries to transcend those horrors by reliving them. It's tough to watch. Read Article Documentary on Rwanda reaches beyond all others
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