September on the silver screen, Amsterdam’s arts and the colourful life of Molly Parkin
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1 September 2017
Ben Rylan is joined by film critics Karen Krizanovich and Anna Smith in the studio to see what’s on at the cinema this week. We also head to Amsterdam for Uitmarkt Festival, meet the artist Molly Parkin ahead of her new exhibition and for this week’s global countdown we jump into a German time machine.
1 September 2017
Film critics Karen Krizanovich and Anna Smith join Ben Rylan in the studio to lead us through what’s on the silver screen this week: play-cum-feature ‘Una’, British romance ‘God’s Own Country’, feel-good rap drama ‘Patti Cake$’ and action thriller ‘Stratton’.
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For 40 years, Uitmarkt festival has marked the beginning of the cultural season in the Netherlands, providing a platform for the country’s numerous museums and performance artists to show what they’re up to in the months to come. So what’s hot, and what’s not? Monocle’s Amsterdam correspondent Venetia Rainey has been taking the temperature of the arts and culture scene.
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