In the Heat of the Night is being remade for TV

By Dan Einav

Screenwriter Joe Robert Cole is adapting the civil rights era drama for a modern audience.

What will Hollywood cinema look like in the Trump era?

By Christina Newland

Movies have always reflected social attitudes and trends – and that could prove especially vital over the next four years.

LWLies 68: The Toni Erdmann issue

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Say hello to your new favourite movie as we pay tribute to Maren Ade’s tragicomic masterpiece.

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The Young Offenders

By Lena Hanafy

Director Peter Foott strikes comedy gold with this Irish coming-of-age story, as innovative as it is charming.

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Manchester by the Sea

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Casey Affleck delivers a career-best performance in Kenneth Lonergan’s stunning meditation on loss.

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Live by Night

By David Jenkins

Ben Affleck directs and stars in this sprawling, ambitious and flawed east coast gangster epic.

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La La Land

By Christina Newland

Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling are a match made in old-school movie heaven in this dazzling musical.

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Endless poetry

By Anton Bitel

Alejandro Jodorowsky embarks on a(nother) mad, metaphysical quest for identity.

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Silence

By Trevor Johnston

Scorsese’s monolithic passion project finally arrives, and it’s a ripped straight from his spiritually devout heart.

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