The Girl On The Train
We review the latest film from French director Andre Techine, The Girl On The Train.
It stars Catherine Deneuve and tells the story of a young woman who claims she was the target of an anti-Semitic attack which propels her in to a media frenzy.
The critic Chris Darke gives his verdict.
His previous novel 'Life of Pi' became a publishing phenomenon. It won the Booker Prize in 2002 and went on to be translated into 38 languages and sell more than seven million copies around the world.www.beatriceandvirgil.com
His follow-up novel 'Beatrice and Virgil' has just been published. We talk to him about the pressures of success and why he chose to write about The Holocaust using animal characters.
The roughly half-million black Germans, or 'Afro-deutsche' born in Germany, make up a relatively small ethnic minority in Europe's most populous state.
But the racism they encounter is disproportionately high.
But "Label Noir" a black German acting ensemble is aiming to change this with a stage production that converts their everyday experience of discrimination into theatre of the absurd.
NEWSPEAK: BRITISH ART NOW
This is Charles Saachi's first show of emerging British art since the ground breaking Sensation 10 years ago.www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk
Are his new crop of artists likely to become as famous as Damien Hirst? Or has his reign as the Kingmaker of contemporary art ended?
We review the show with art critic Skye Sherman.
(pictured: Eugenie Scrase - Truncated Trunk, 2009)