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London film festival 2022: Peter Bradshaw’s top 12 picks
A new Sam Mendes drama, Noah Baumbach adapts Don DeLillo and an amazing debut by Charlotte Wells: the Guardian’s chief film critic chooses his must-sees

Peter Bradshaw

30, Sep, 2022 @12:30 PM

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Matilda the Musical kicks off the London film festival as Netflix banks on Roald Dahl
The rights to Dahl’s work has been the streaming service’s most expensive content deal to date, so Matthew Warchus’s new film needs to work its magic

Catherine Shoard

30, Sep, 2022 @11:44 AM

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Australia’s return to live performance is triumphant – but so many of us are being left behind | Jasper Peach
Live streams through the pandemic were a revelation for disabled and at-risk audiences. Now they’re being switched off – and it’s a devastating loss

Jasper Peach

27, Sep, 2022 @5:30 PM

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Sydney festival to suspend foreign government funding after mass boycott
Israeli embassy funding overshadowed this year’s Sydney festival, leading to an independent review

Kelly Burke

27, Sep, 2022 @4:00 AM

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The festival where everyone’s welcome – so long as their name’s Nigel
Blame a certain high-profile Brexiteer if you like, but no one wants to call their baby Nigel any more. Can Worcestershire’s Nige-fest stop the rot?

26, Sep, 2022 @3:42 PM

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‘It’s going to split opinion’: huge Weston-super-Mare installation opens
See Monster, on a decommissioned North Sea gas platform, is one of the UK’s biggest ever public art works

Steven Morris

23, Sep, 2022 @5:00 AM

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‘We need an intervention’: five ways to fix the Edinburgh festival fringe
Too pricy, too elitist, just too big? After the criticisms of this year’s event, a panel of festival regulars consider the way forward for Edinburgh’s summer spectacular

Rachael Healy

22, Sep, 2022 @10:34 AM

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Fragile UK music industry calls for support amid slow recovery
Brexit, inflation and pandemic have taken toll on sector that is almost a third smaller than in 2019

Mark Sweney

22, Sep, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Spielberg’s The Fabelmans wins Toronto film festival People’s Choice award
Director’s most autobiographical film to date picks up audience prize generally seen as indicator of awards success to come

Andrew Pulver

19, Sep, 2022 @10:21 AM

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Michael Dawson obituary
Other lives: Arts administrator who founded the Ilkley Literature festival in 1973

Tim Dawson

18, Sep, 2022 @7:02 PM

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Toronto film festival 2022 roundup – Spielberg, Mendes and a deep, joyous love of cinema
Steven Spielberg and Sam Mendes offered paeans to the silver screen, Viola Davis dazzled as a gung-ho warrior and Daniel Craig brought the house down

Wendy Ide

17, Sep, 2022 @11:00 AM

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Festival of Thrift: make-do-and-mend fair grows as cost of living bites
Ten-year-old festival in Redcar features swap shops, repair shops and workshops in art of thrift

Mark Brown North of England correspondent

16, Sep, 2022 @4:57 PM

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