A new series tracing the history of British art from 1066 to the modern day, written and presented by Andrew Graham-Dixon.
In the first of six programmes, he travels back to the forgotten but magical landscape of the Middle Ages. The treasures that lie hidden in churches and cathedrals paint a picture of saints, sinners and demons.
Eight camcorders were given out to students in Los Angeles. They filmed their lives for a week and then passed the camera on to someone else. The project lasted for a year and the resulting film describes what teenage life is like in a multi-ethnic environment on the west coast of America in the year 2000.
Epic award-winning drama, directed by Edward Yang, about the members of a middle-class Taiwanese family as they undergo personal crises. Starring Nien-Jen Wu and Elaine Jin. In English, Hokkien and Mandarin. ****
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