Kelly Reichardt, Steven Cantor, Gabrielle Tana and Hugo Chapman
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5 March 2017
Photo: British Museum
Director Kelly Reichardt on her new film ‘Certain Women’, the British Museum’s Hugo Chapman on how the US reacts to social change via art and print and film-makers Steven Cantor and Gabrielle Tana on the appeal of ballet and why they chose the prodigal talent of Sergei Polunin to be the focus of new documentary ‘Dancer’.
5 March 2017
Celebrated US film-maker Kelly Reichardt’s new picture is ‘Certain Women’, starring Michelle Williams, Kristen Stewart and Laura Dern. The director tells us about what inspired the concept and how she goes about making it happen on set.
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The British Museum’s new exhibition, ‘The American Dream: pop to the present’, focuses on how prints from artists such as Andy Warhol and Jasper Johns have reflected life in the US over the 50 years. The museum’s keeper of drawings and prints Hugo Chapman tells us more.
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Ukrainian ballet prodigy Sergei Polunin is the subject of new documentary ‘Dancer’. The film’s director Steven Cantor and producer Gabrielle Tana sit down with Monocle’s Tomos Lewis and Chris Lord to explain the draw of ballet in today’s contemporary-arts scene.
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