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Malcolm Lewis on the latest releases in parallel cinema: The Mole Agent (El agente topo), directed...

Nour Sokhon by Myriam Boulos

Louise Gray turns her attention to the anti-slavery musical activism of Tse Tse Fly Middle East.

Peter Whittaker, Jo Lateu, and Vanessa Baird weigh up the latest releases in progressive...

Jo Lateu, Peter Whittaker, Vanessa Baird review Solved by Andrew Wear; Artemisia by Anna Banti; ...

The Uncertain Kingdom

The Uncertain Kingdom by Various; The Australian Dream directed by Daniel Gordon; Classics: The Happy...

De-formation: Piano Variations

Louise Gray and Malcolm Lewis weigh up the latest in alternative music releases.

Jo Lateu, Peter Whittaker and Vanessa Baird review the latest releases in radical...

Wardruna Credit: Kim Ohrling

Louise Gray and Malcolm Lewis weigh up the latest releases in alternative music.

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Jo Lateu, Peter Whittaker, and JP O’Malley on the latest releases in Left...

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Malcolm Lewis on the latest in alternative cinema. 

Bruce’s debut film, Undocument, was co-written and co-directed with Iranian filmmaker Amin Bakhshian.

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Migration, identity, gender – Subi Shah tackles the big issues with filmmaker Kyla Simone Bruce...

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In his new book, Going Home, Palestinian writer Raja Shehadeh laments a breakdown of solidarity. But, writes...

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Malcolm Lewis reviews the latest releases in radical cinema.

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From Palestinian hip hop to the spoken word wizardry of South London, Malcolm Lewis and Louise Gray...

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Jo Lateu and Peter Whittaker weigh up the latest releases in radical publishing.

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Trinidadian musician Anthony Joseph tells Subi Shah about how important it is for his...

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