Our annual round-up of charitable exhibitionism for the coming year.
Looking back at the curious career of one of Italy’s most interesting – but lesser-known – film directors.
The art of Alexander Calder and the music of John Cage are combined in a hallucinatory avant-garde film that is the ultimate relaxation aid.
The documentaries about Kate Bush’s 1979 tour are a refreshing change from her usual trivial treatment on television at the time.
The unlikely collaboration between two of the 20th century’s iconic artists that took fifty years to complete.
Vintage film footage of a 1960s striptease show in a London pub.
A collection of eleven extraordinary and essential arts documentaries for you to watch.
The golden age of unfettered firework packaging and advertising.
The Hammer Horror and Carry On star appears in the sort of TV commercial that would not be allowed today.
Contrived, cliched and full of instantly forgettable, dreadful songs – what on earth drives audiences to this endless stream of empty theatrical spectacle?
The horror movie legend has fun behind the scenes.
The cartoon punk street gangs of 1980s Hollywood and the ultra-obscure record that mocked it all.