William Kentridge’s new performance piece uses various media to tell the story of the unsung conscripts of World War One.
Anna Burns's Booker-winning novel takes on teenage girlhood, sectarian violence, and history's nameless actors.
An anthology in six parts, the latest from the Coens features a singing horse, sweeping vistas, and a lot of death.
The author's new novel is a brilliant, spooky meditation on the sins of history.
Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner's remake of Julia Davis's cult comedy leaches the show of some of its vinegar, but stays true to its spirit.
A new film about Anders Breivik's 2011 mass killing in Norway is both a sweeping political parable and a blown opportunity.