Twenty years on, Mary Harron and Guinevere Turner's adaptation is a perfect combination of humour, horror and satire.
A decade of decay has seen Northamptonshire Council go bankrupt, but will cuts to public services decide the election in this marginal seat?
This election could see the comeback of class-based politics.
'The Day Shall Come' director and cast explain why the movie satirising the intelligence agency is a rare example of punching up in comedy.
The Women's Design Service and other female-led organizations wanted cities to put women first, not second.
Two of Birmingham's most legendary skaters talk about the Paradise Forum, which has been bulldozed to make way for a couple of office buildings.
As EU member states cooperated on a two-week operation intended to track and penalize illegal immigration, a group of activists worked to track police activity in real time.
This month, Faber published A Guide for the Perplexed, a compendium of conversations between Herzog and the writer Paul Cronin. As a testament from one of the world's most prolific filmmakers, it reads almost as self-help.
Ray Johnson was the antithesis of disposable culture.
The development of a long line of sci-fi inspired buildings and infrastructure projects imperils poor workers with practically no rights.
Migrant workers are paying the ultimate price for the Blade Runner fantasies of oil princes.