One of the defining images of the 1960’s was of Jackie Kennedy wearing a pink Chanel suit stained with her husband’s blood.
Marc David Jacobs discusses the role and power of grief in Manchester by the Sea.
Martin Scorsese’s long-gestating adaptation of Shūsaku Endō’s 1966 novel Silence is a film about faith, arguably exclusively for people of faith.
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland BA performance students share their thoughts on the next installment of Visible Cinema: RCS Curates
‘..its origin and purpose still a total mystery.’ Dr Heywood R Floyd
There is something quietly iconoclastic about Eugène Green’s latest film Le Fils de Joseph, and the clue is quite clearly in the name.
Sean Welsh discusses the origins of Spike Lee's vital and searing satire on American gun violence.
The latest film from cult auteur Jim Jarmuch is a quiet, meditative look at the life of a poet and bus driver.
Rob Savage discusses his short film Dawn of the Deaf, screening as part of a Visible Cinema programme curated by Royal Conservatoire of Scotland students.
The Innocents offers complex moral questions, and no easy answers
You don’t actually see the arrival in Arrival... Nathanael Smith writes about a fresh look at a familiar premise.
Author Nisio Isin's most well-known work