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Coronavirus: U.K. Will Become “Cultural Wasteland” Without Support, Stars Warn

The U.K. will become a "cultural wasteland," warn more than 400 members of the creative community struggling under the coronavirus crisis, including Stephen Fry, Sophie Dahl and Nick Cave.

‘Days of the Bagnold Summer’: Film Review | Locarno 2019

Monica Dolan and Earl Cave star as mother and son in Simon Bird's directorial debut 'Days of the Bagnold Summer,' based on Joff Winterhart's graphic novel.

‘One More Time With Feeling’: Venice Review

Andrew Dominik's black-and-white 3D documentary, a making-of companion to the new album by Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, premiered in Venice ahead of its one-night-only worldwide showing Sept. 8.

Singer Nick Cave’s Son Fell to Death After Taking LSD

The Australian singer's son died in July after falling from a cliff on the south coast of England.

‘B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West-Berlin’: Berlin Review

This archive-heavy documentary revisits the vibrant music and art scene of West Berlin during the divided city's punky, druggy, trashy 1980s heyday

‘In Your Arms’: Gothenburg Review

The top prize-winner at Scandinavia's biggest film festival is a tough but tender Danish drama about terminal illness and euthanasia

Turin Film Festival Unveils Lineup

'Wild,' starring Reese Witherspoon, will close the fest, with 'The Drop' and Woody Allen's latest also part of the lineup

‘Boxtrolls’ Fends Off Liam Neeson’s ‘Tombstones’ for Top Spot at U.K. Box Office

'A Walk Among the Tombstones' was this week's highest opener but narrowly missed out on the crown

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘The Maze Runner,’ ‘A Walk Among the Tombstones’ and More

And see what THR's critics are saying about the star-studded dramedy 'This Is Where I Leave You' and Kevin Smith's horror-comedy 'Tusk'

Nick Cave Takes New York: Concert Review

The evolving punk legend finished his North American tour and previewed the film portrait "20,000 Days on Earth."

The Persistence of Punk (Analysis)

The longevity of The Ramones, X, Nick Cave and New Order belies the genre's supposed short-lived appeal.

‘Before We Go’: Marseille Review

Dance, documentary and dreams interweave in Jorge Leon's debut feature-length work, world-premiering in competition at the Mediterranean port-city's festival.