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The question of whether fictional representations of the past can offer as much insight as scholarly histories is tackled with verve, says Philip Kemp
Despite many attempts, Gustave Flaubert’s tale of adultery remains resistant to adaptation, says Philip Kemp
The advent of sound, of TV, of digital – the doomsayers have always pronounced on the demise of the flicks, Philip Kemp discovers
Having entered Hollywood a wunderkind, Orson Welles could never escape his own myth or his self-destructive tendencies, says Philip Kemp