Ghetto Life

Polanski's heartfelt hymn to Polish suffering in WWII Warsaw

Paul Weller—Two Classic Performances

Comprising this summer's Hyde Park concert (a rocking preview of the Illumination album that followed) and last year's BBC Later... special of Paul unplugged circa Days Of Speed, this double-header…

Europa Europa

When, in '91, this wasn't nominated for a best foreign film Oscar, nearly every living German director signed a protest letter. Agnieszka Holland hasn't since matched the story of a…

Stamp Of Approval

A stand-out hit among the current new wave of globally fê ted Latin American features, Fabián Bielinsky's fine caper thriller fucks with audience perception like a pumped-up David Mamet puzzler.…

While Guitars Gently Weep

East meets West as Clapton, Shankar, Jeff Lynne and both surviving Beatles celebrate the life of The Quiet One

Crooning Glory

Big easy listening on second full-length album from Sheffield songsmith

Hellenic Hell

In November 2001, the owner of Tongue Master records invited Mark Eitzel to fly out to Greece and record an EP with Greek musicians under the guidance of Greek composer/producer…

Jerry Lee Lewis

The Killer's country comeback years on 28-track twofer

Doom With A View

Full-scale album reissue programme of Sheffield electronicists' 1979-82 output, before they signed to a major label

Deathwatch

Horror story set among the trenches of the First World War

Singin’ In The Rain—Special Edition

If not, as it's perennially voted, one of the 10 greatest films ever made, 1952's Singin' In The Rain is at the very least the sharpest Hollywood musical bar none.…