Articles tagged steve mcqueen

The Turner Prize: A Brief Introduction to Film and Video (and Disappointment in 2016)

If we look past the ludicrous, carnival facade of The Turner Prize, the obscured film work might be less on the “outer fringes of the map of cinema” than we are led to believe.

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‘Hunger’ director explores Maze Prison hunger strike of ‘81

When he was 11, living with his mother in a West London flat, Steve McQueen saw the images on the TV news. There was the photograph

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20 Mar 2009 // 4:15 AM

Hunger

The focus of Hunger is emphatically the death of Bobby Sands, specifically, what happens to his body, viewed from a tragic outside and, to an imaginative extent, a determined inside.

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Sands’ Saga Makes One ‘Hunger’ For More

“The Troubles” - what a calm, contemplative way of describing the dire and often deadly confrontation between the government of England and the independence movement

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Prefab Sprout: Steve McQueen

Remastered by original producer Thomas Dolby, this 1985 sophisti-pop album remains a classic.

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Wanted: Dead or Alive: Season One

Occasionally patronizing, Randall isn't afraid to hit a girl or pull a gun on one if it's necessary.

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28 May 2003 // 1:00 AM

Nevada Smith (1966)

Walking away from violence, especially in a film set in the violent old West, delivers a powerful message.

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I Don't Get 'Pokémon Go'

// Moving Pixels

"I’ve never felt more out of touch.

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