‘It changed the whole look of American film’ – Remembering Midnight Cowboy

By Hannah Woodhead

Adam Holender and Michael Childers reflect on the making of this iconic New York movie.

Zama

By David Jenkins

Lucrecia Martel’s tale of colonial misadventure in South America is one of the great cinematic achievements of the decade.

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Lucrecia Martel: ‘History is more arbitrary than science fiction’

By Matt Thrift

It took the best part of a decade to bring Zama to the big screen. Its writer/director tells us about her epic journey.

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McKellen: Playing the Part

By Eve Jones

A witty, whistle-stop tour through the eventful life of this British icon of stage and screen.

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Edie

By Jamie Neish

A widow scales one of Scotland’s most challenging peaks in this uplifting drama starring Sheila Hancock.

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The Breadwinner

By David Jenkins

The animation house behind Song of the Sea return with a timely takedown of religious fundamentalism.

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Zama

By David Jenkins

Lucrecia Martel’s tale of colonial misadventure in South America is one of the great cinematic achievements of the decade.

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On Chesil Beach

By David Jenkins

Marital woe plagues a young couple honeymooning on the Dorset coast in this Ian McEwan adaptation.

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Allure

By Anton Bitel

Evan Rachel Wood stars in this twisty erotic thriller about a cleaner who strikes up a friendship with a client’s daughter.

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