Julian Schnabel

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Max von Sydow: an aristocrat of cinema who made me weep | Peter Bradshaw
From his fateful game of chess to a moving turn in The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Von Sydow was the last standard bearer of Bergman’s high-minded movie idiom

Peter Bradshaw

09, Mar, 2020 @5:04 PM

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Julian Schnabel: ‘Why can’t a white person tell the story of a black person? Everyone is pink inside’
The divisive director and artist on the irrelevance of the Oscars, why facts weren’t important in his new biopic of Vincent Van Gogh and being beyond criticism

Lanre Bakare

05, Apr, 2019 @9:00 AM

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At Eternity’s Gate review – Van Gogh biopic fades to grey
A colourless rendition of the painter’s last years

Wendy Ide

31, Mar, 2019 @7:00 AM

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The Italian Teacher by Tom Rachman review – great art and monstrous selfishness
This exhilarating Costa-shortlisted novel about a son in thrall to his painter father skewers the hyperbole and hypocrisies of the art world

Clare Clark

25, Dec, 2018 @7:30 AM

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At Eternity's Gate review – Willem Dafoe shines in Julian Schnabel's portrait of Van Gogh
Schnabel’s biopic frames the last years of the artist’s troubled life admirably, highlighting his fiercely painful friendship with Gauguin

Peter Bradshaw

03, Sep, 2018 @5:42 PM

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Incendiary Schiele, swaggering Schnabel and dynamic Dean – the week in art
Egon hits Merseyside, Julian reveals some splashy daubs and Phyllida Barlow celebrates 10 glorious years of Jupiter Artland sculpture park

Jonathan Jones

18, May, 2018 @4:14 PM

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Madonna's art collection and more on sale at starry benefit
As well as artworks and intimate photographs, auction items include a week in Leonardo DiCaprio’s Palm Springs villa and a poker game with Edward Norton and Jonah Hill

David Batty

02, Dec, 2016 @9:00 AM

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David Bowie's sombre art collection needs more space oddities
Aside from Jean-Michel Basquiat and Marcel Duchamp, there’s little provocation or pop art brashness in David Bowie’s art collection – instead he’s weirdly fascinated in 20th-century British painting

Jonathan Jones

11, Oct, 2016 @1:50 PM

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Mathieu Amalric: ‘Cinema has a way of transforming itself’
The French star on playing a Bond villain, learning from Spielberg and calling the shots in his erotic thriller The Blue Room

Jonathan Romney

04, Sep, 2016 @8:00 AM

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Julian Schnabel: Every Angel Has a Dark Side review – colossally bad

Global art superstar Julian Schnabel's first UK show in 15 years is a fright, says Laura Cumming

Laura Cumming

03, May, 2014 @11:06 PM

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Top 10 biopics

Cinema has always liked telling a good life story, and all kinds of biography – from the humblest to the starriest – have been given a filmic going-over. The Guardian and Observer's critics pick the 10 best in a very crowded field

12, Dec, 2013 @7:40 AM

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Curzon on Demand: Lou Reed's Berlin

Julian Schnabel's film of a 2006 performance of Lou Reed's 10-song tragedy captures all the greatness of this bleak and beautiful album

Xan Brooks

14, Apr, 2012 @6:00 AM

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