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EFG London Jazz Festival round-up review - great moments in London's tiny clubs

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Juniper review - a classic role for Charlotte Rampling

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Bloody Oranges review - a gruesome and gruelling French social satire

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Ken Auletta: Hollywood Ending - Harvey Weinstein and the Culture of Silence review - if the tide had turned in 2002...

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Album: Julia Hülsmann Quartet - The Next Door

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Official Competition review - satire served cold

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Album: Gabriele Mirabassi and Stefano Zanchini - Il gatto e la volpe

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Mingus Dynasty, Ronnie Scott's review - official keepers of the flame at the temple of jazz

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Prom 40, Moore, RPO, Petrenko review - orchestral clarity, and a persuasive trombonist

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Our Eternal Summer review - tragedy taps authentic teenage emotions in Marseille

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Album: Gareth Williams - Short Stories

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The Good Boss review - Javier Bardem at his creepy best

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theartsdesk in Montreal - delights and discoveries at the 42nd International Jazz Festival

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The Big Hit review - prisoners play 'Godot'

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Album: Vadim Neselovskyi - Odesa: A Musical Walk Through a Legendary City

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Album: Binker Golding - Dream Like A Dogwood Wild Boy

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