This new video essay by Luís Azevedo explores one of the director’s major obsessions.
Inspired by Dunkirk’s 70mm release, The Badlands Collective present a manifesto for saving celluloid.
Dawn of the Dead and Day of the Dead are films of hunger and the frustration of bodies.
By Lena Hanafy
Joe Wright’s World War Two-era romance is a beautiful story of a young couple torn apart by fate.
As a kid, I found solace in the comic book characters who resembled my own outcast existence.
Luc Besson’s expensive bubble gum space romp is 2017’s most spectacular misfire.
The importance of citizen journalism comes to the fore in Matthew Heineman’s vital documentary.
By Josh Howey
François Cluzet enters the shady world of phone tapping in this old school French thriller.
The master cinematographer behind films by Woody Allen and Wim Wenders is remembered in this fond and nostalgic hagiography.
A welcome re-release of Basil Dearden’s chilling survey of life as a gay man in London of the early ’60s.