To describe Saltburn as a sexed-up The Talented Mr. Ripley for millennials would be to reduce this aesthetically and symbolically complex film to a two-bit aphorism, but it’s a good start.
Sziget Festival, the great six-day Hungarian escapist extravaganza reaches another satisfying climax with Macklemore and Billie Eilish.
Europe’s most hyped pop cultural event, Sziget Festival, pompously kicks off its 29th anniversary amid cost issues and oscillating visitor numbers.
Christopher Nolan’s latest juggernaut Oppenheimer is an earth-shattering study of modern politics and governance that redefines what filmmaking can be.
Red Hot Chili Peppers mesmerize 70,000 fans with a decades-spanning set and emerge as heartfelt winners of Milan’s outstanding I-Days music festival.
The Crowded Room tries to be a psychological drama, a coming-of-age story, and a law procedural culminating in courtroom maneuvers and meltdowns – all angles that crowd its premise.
The inaugural Madrid edition of Primavera Sound, one of the world’s largest musical festivals, saw many of us trudging through mud like zombies in the middle of the night, exhausted and confused.
Blur’s opening performance at Primavera Sound Madrid is cancelled due to rain, but their insane, borderline mythical private gig for a lucky few brings us to our knees.
Combining conspiracy thriller, dystopian nightmare, and science fiction, Silo succeeds in predicting a grim future for humans but good outlooks for Apple TV+.
HBO’s satirical miniseries on the Watergate affair, White House Plumbers, entertains but struggles to find emotional and political footing.
After the draught of the pandemic, Europe’s biggest and newest music festivals ramp up the hype by expanding for the summer 2023 season. Get a preview here.
The final season of Barry irreparably breaks the mold of the tragicomedy genre and unflinchingly severs the umbilical cord between the audience and the protagonist(s).