Adopted into a family of Pentecostal Evangelists, Jeanette Winterson grew up in a fervently religious home. She was raised to believe that she "belonged to God and had been chosen by God, and because God was empowering her, she could do anything."
From the age of eight she began writing and deliv
Siobhan Davies' "Wanting to Tell Stories" is really a mission statement. To title the work "Telling Stories" would have been too plain: the "wanting" is key, because it indicates both the limits and abilities of dance language. Siobhan Davies never sets about too confidently to tell stories in an idi
When artists come together in a spirit of union, they inevitably need a pulpit from which to expound their theories. For the Brits making films in the late '40s and early '50s, that pulpit was Sequence. Many filmmakers of the Free Cinema Movement and the British New Wave found the pages of this journ