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David Bramwell The Cult of Water

Celebrated musician David Bramwell mixes hydrology with magical realism and occult geography to create a unique portrait of the River Don.

Liz West Hundreds and Thousands

Past Now Then featured artist reveals stunning installation, wrapping the glass balustrades of the Greenwich Peninsula with a ribbon of undulating colour.

The New Corporation

The “unfortunately necessary sequel” doc to 2003’s The Corporation skewers modern forms of colonialism, looking at how the face of big business has changed – but behaviours haven’t.

Manchester International Film Festival

A truly independent film festival which champions cinema from around the globe, we spoke to Director of Operations, Neil Jeram-Croft, about MANIFF, which took place earlier this month.

Can’t Get You Out of My Head

Archivist documentarian Adam Curtis returns with ‘An Emotional History of the Modern World’, an attempt to chart how we came to be ruled by machine intelligences and blood-and-soil idiocies.

Brutal Sheffield

Techno futurist Martin Dust finds alternative futures and utopian visions in the city's postwar buildings and spaces.