The Danish writer/director promises to take us on a tour of LA’s dark criminal underbelly.
As demand for more traditional movie artwork increases, we chart the history of hand-drawn posters.
By Jamie Mackay
Paolo Sorrentino’s portrait of Silvio Berlusconi asks us to sympathise with the devil.
By Anton Bitel
David Cronenberg’s 1999 tech-thriller sees Jude Law and Jennifer Jason Leigh enter a strange VR world.
By Alex Flood
Is Indy’s fourth outing really as bad as everyone remembers?
By Lydia Figes
Female-driven comedies such as The Marvellous Mrs Maisel and Funny Cow are challenging archaic notions about women on screen.
Our latest print edition features guest contributions from Guillermo del Toro, the Safdie brothers and more.
Robbie will play Sharon Tate in the director’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Now is the time to see the challenging and moving work of this little-known German auteur.
By Harry Harris
Though similar, there are marked differences between these twin films – and the fates of their respective directors.
As beleaguered detective Dave Toschi, Ruffalo turns in arguably the finest turn of his career to date.
A new book presents some 300 images from the filmmaker’s archives.
How iconic Asian filmmakers like Akira Kurosawa continue to inspire the Star Wars saga.
British composer Jim Williams discusses his work on Raw and Beast.
By Rob Trench
Exploring the unlikely origins and surprising evolution of a worldwide cultural phenomenon.
The Fleabag and Killing Eve series creator is putting complex, dangerous, relatable women on screen.
Amy Schumer’s latest comedy vehicle suffers from a confusing and contradictory message.