Tanya Gold

Internet

Meet Belle Delphine

‘The only real way to make money is to be sexual online’

By Tanya Gold

Art

The journalists who scripted the golden age of Hollywood

Mankiewicz was a drunk, a wit and a gambler: ‘the Voltaire of Central Park West’

By Tanya Gold

Home

The magic of cinema isn’t just about film

I pity people who don’t know the ecstasy of cinema in picture houses

By Tanya Gold

Art

Cuties is what cinema is for

Cuties reviewed

By Tanya Gold

Europe

‘Utterly betrayed’: Britain’s Jews are now politically homeless

The past four years have felt like an awakening

By Tanya Gold

Art

The untold story of Judy Garland

Why does the forthcoming biopic ignore the story of the Essex-born civil servant Judy turned to at the end of her life?

By Tanya Gold

Europe

When did protest become so puerile?

The fashion is to attack politicians you dislike with sugar, profanity, snacks and toys

By Tanya Gold

Internet

Candace Owens and the rise of the know-nothing public intellectual

She has no knowledge of Hitler, Germany or nationalism. But don’t let that stop her pontificating

By Tanya Gold

Art

Bring back Kevin Spacey

If Spacey is not tried, and therefore not convicted, he should return to acting

By Tanya Gold

Politics

Wallowing in self-loathing with Milo Yiannopoulos

Revisiting my notes from my April profile, it seems clear that his feuds are mere projection of his hatred for himself.

By Tanya Gold

Art

The fall of Milo Yiannopoulos

Exhausting adventures with a fading right-wing phenomenon

By Tanya Gold

Art

I’d rather be fat-shamed than have cancer

Sofie Hagen is a young Danish comic I admire. I didn’t see her most recent show, Dead Baby Frog, but I saw her win the best newcomer award at Edinburgh in 2015 and I was happy for her. I liked her sweet face and her fury. The audience treated her as a benign oddity. Because […]

By Tanya Gold

Art

The genius of Stephen King

Stephen King, 69, has sold more than 350 million books, and tries not to apologise for being working-class, or imaginative, or rich. The snobbery has ebbed a little, though; in 2003 he won the National Book Foundation’s Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters, and now the BFI is screening a series of adaptations of […]

By Tanya Gold

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