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    Subtly subversive

    Life, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Published on 10/01/2018

    » 'I'm not an artist -- I'm only 50% of an artist," said Michael Elmgreen of the Nordic duo Elmgreen & Dragset on his recent visit to Bangkok.


    Who Loves Bangkok More Than Me?

    Life, Published on 10/01/2018

    » Maura Moynihan presents a solo exhibition which shows her passion for the city of Bangkok, which is -- in her view -- a feast of beauty. Viewers are invited to explore this manic metropolis through her paintings of citywide locales.


    The best of the Mediterranean coastline

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 12/01/2018

    » Regulars and well-informed foodies know they can also trust Vesper, a multi-award-winning cocktail bar, when it comes to culinary perfection.


    The kids are alright

    Life, Published on 12/01/2018

    » Tomorrow is National Children's Day. We talked to a cross-section of youngsters from different backgrounds to get their views on life, work, education and what the day means to them.


    Oldman shines bright in Darkest Hour

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 12/01/2018

    » Jowly, chubby, blustery, cinema-ready, Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill is an exercise in How to Win the Golden Globes and Maybe the Oscar. Which aspiring actor wouldn't want to become Churchill at least once, to act out that avuncular theatricality and grandiose temper, to assume that oratory bombast and majestic eloquence? They say you have to play a madman or a psychopath to get a shot at a best actor prize. Now we should add British prime minister into the list -- just ask Meryl Streep and now Oldman.


    The many faces of France

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 12/01/2018

    » At the simplest level Agnes Varda's and JR's Visages Villages is a documentary film about photography and art-making. Going slightly deeper, as the title suggests, it's a film about faces and places, about people and their villages -- rural communities, farmland, factories and towns in the unglamorous corners of France. And yet at its most moving, most humanist moments, this film by an 89-year-old filmmaker and a 33-year-old street artist is about the heartbreaking ephemerality of art, about mortality, memory and the transient nature of everything, above all of life itself.


    Scala's screening of Cleopatra harks back to a bygone era

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 12/01/2018

    » As news of the threatened demolition of the Scala is still hanging, there's a good reason to visit the cinema this Sunday.


    Artificial intelligence

    Life, Bernard Trink, Published on 12/01/2018

    » There are Vatican scholars. Then there are novelists who research the Vatican library to give the plots of their imaginative religious stories the aura of authenticity. It turns out that the lay writers usually pen more interesting books. Less authentic, yet more believable.


    Edward Yang classic headlines Taiwan Film Festival In Bangkok

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 11/01/2018

    » Eight films will be shown at the Taiwan Film Festival In Bangkok 2018, which runs from Jan 17-23 at Quartier Cineart, EmQuartier. Besides a selection of new films, cinema lovers will certainly jam the screening of the 1991 film A Brighter Summer Day, a classic from the late Edward Yang and definitely one of the best Chinese-language films ever made.


    'Happiness Overload' at Siam Paragon

    Life, Published on 11/01/2018

    » Siam Paragon will turn its Parc Paragon on the M floor into an amusement park filled with edutainment during Siam Paragon World Playground 2018: Happiness Overload from tomorrow until Sunday, 10am-8pm.

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