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A young South Korean‘s attempts to avoid conscription by becoming obese cause uproar in his family. Written by Krys...

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Roberto comes across a body in the lake and feels compelled to investigate – but all his lover Mireille seems to want is sex....

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Chris Brazier interviews Elleke Boehmer, Professor of World Literature in English at Oxford University.

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Vanessa Baird reviews a gripping new documentary from Peru which has global implications.

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New Internationalist’s world fiction titles.

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Over a thousand artists gathered in Chiapas, Mexico for an art festival for humanity. Ryan Mallett-Outtrim...

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A great-grandfather’s autobiographical account reveals a window into the past and present, writes Peter Kenworthy...

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Leo Kay explores the intersection between art and the migrant crisis for an upcoming performance.

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This month's guest cartoonist is Payam Boromand from Iran.

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Richard Swift reviews some of the best offerings at the world's largest documentary film festival.

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Our pick of the recent releases.

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Louise Gray's pick of the latest releases.

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The country's artists are in motion, reports Kimberley Brown.

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The Western Saharan singer and activist on Cuban solidarity, life as a refugee, and making her grandmother proud.

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A new performance by Vic Llewellyn and Kid Carpet.

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The feminist pioneer talks to Graeme Green about travel, change and the road ahead.

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