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May 22nd, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

How To: Hangover Cure

May 15th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

How To: Kebabs

May 7th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

How To: Green Smoothies

April 25th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

Pick Me Up London x Somerset House

April 24th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

The North Circular x Polly Brown

How To: Hangover Cure

In part 3 of our short film series, How To, we popped over to the infamous Rita’s Bar & Dining on Mare Street. Just in time for the bank holiday …

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How To: Kebabs

For Part 2 of our new short film series How To, we went to visit one of our favourite spots in Dalston; Turkish ocakbasi, Mangal 2. We asked them to teach us …

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How To: Green Smoothies

For Part 1 of our new short film series How To, we chat to the girls behind London’s newest and coolest juice bar, The Good Life Eatery. They made us …

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Pick Me Up London x Somerset House

When Pick Me Up launched five years ago, it broke ground for bringing graphic geeks out of the print club and into the mainstream; the organisers were shrewd to tap …

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The North Circular x Polly Brown

Knit babes The North Circular have jumped on a 70s trip for a new series of short films, created with artist Polly Brown. Inspired by the knitting patterns of yesteryear – think …

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Happenings: Sundance London

It’s only been two years since Robert Redford first doused London with the Sundance formula and while the O2 doesn’t quite cut it in terms of providing the same kind …

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Inspiration Fix: Anna Maguire

Anna Maguire packs an extensive creative punch; photographer, director, actress…an all-round image maker who beautifully observes the quiet, and often unseen, interactions of daily life. Through her photography work, friends and family …

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Richard Mosse x The Vinyl Factory

At first glance, it seems like Richard Mosse has captured a fantasy; sugary pink trees and blue-green mist rising from hilltops peppered by signs of human life. But the reality …

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What’s On: Tate Britain x Assembly

As part of their new unveiling, Tate Britain has launched a programme of single-screen film works, entitled Assembly: A Survey of Recent Artists’ Film and Video in Britain 2008–2013. This survey …

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The Wapping Project: Lady from the Sea

Last week we were lucky enough to head down to the opening of the stupendous, and sadly, final show at the very individual The Wapping Project. The Wapping Project is one of …

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Hunter: Everyday Pioneers

Winter is well and truly here, so we’re snuggling up on sofas and in front of fires in favour of letting others venture out into the cold. And as in …

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Films4Peace

Saturday was World Peace day. It might not feel like it for our newspaper headings over the last few weeks, but having the day certainly does show how far we …

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What’s On: Hitchcock 9

The world’s most famous filmmaker is best known for his masterly cinematic style and unforgettable array of disturbed characters, from killer birds to pathological psychos. Yet, before he became – …

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WIN: Summercamp Festival tickets

Nearing the end of the festival season, it’d be easy to let ourselves get bogged down in the post-palooza blues. But, good news! The mayhem can last just a little …

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The Floating Cinema

Wouldn’t it be nice if London’s weather was reliable enough for the kind of open air cinemas you find in Italy and Greece? During this summer’s heat wave the last …

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Review: Backyard Cinema

Picture the scene panning out slowly on wide-lens with ominous music. You’re sat in a soulless chain cinema chewing on dry cardboard popcorn. There are kids throwing tangfastics and tittering …

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Review: Raindance Berlin

Located in a former maintenance yard to Warshauer Strasse Station, Friedrichshain, in what appears to be a bombed out complex of factory units, is Urban Spree, home to this year’s …

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Barbican: A Grammar of Subversion

The Barbican has once again curated a spectacular season around its main event, Dancing around Duchamp, where everything literally ‘dances’ around the main man, Marcel Duchamp, perhaps the most recognised conceptual …

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Editor’s Picks: Bank Holiday Weekend

There’s a lot of exciting things going on this weekend, so we thought we’d give you a little helping hand in deciding where to go and how to spend your …

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ICA x Warhol on Film

Of the many Warholisms, the one that rings most true in his film output is “the idea of waiting for something makes it more exciting”, since there’s never really any …

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Film Review: One Mile Away

One Mile Away, directed by award-winning filmmaker Penny Woolcock, charts the attempts by two warring gangs in inner city Birmingham, The Burger Boys (B12) and The Johnson Crew (B6), to …

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