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Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs gets a delightful first trailer

By Emily Bray

The director’s Japan-set stop-motion feature follows a young boy searching for his dog.

Hard Corps: Women in power and the politics of taking action

By Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

More and more movies are featuring female characters with strength, agency and a drive to take action. What took them so damn long?

Totally Addicted to Pablo: How Narcos fuelled an unlikely pop culture obsession

By Emily Bray

Why are we all so fascinated by the story of this notorious cartel boss?

How Curb Your Enthusiasm reinvented the TV sitcom

By Darren Richman

Larry David’s semi-improvised comedy paved the way for an entire new generation of shows.

Take an exclusive look at Isle Full of Noises, narrated by David Oyelowo

By Emily Bray

The British actor reads Shakespeare in this drone-lit dramatic short by Jamie Whitby.

Drew Barrymore is joining the female horror revolution

By Sofie Steenhaut

The all-female Black Rose Anthology is a necessary catalyst for achieving gender equality in the genre.

Discover the classic Gothic chills of this Mario Bava masterpiece

By Anton Bitel

Kill, Baby... Kill! contains one of cinema’s earliest evil children.

Why Hausu remains one of the weirdest horror films ever made

By Taryn McCabe

Forty years ago, directed Nobuhiko Obayashi created a totally unique art-house treasure.

Better Things and the new TV family dynamic

By Roxanne Sancto

Pamela Adlon’s hit show belongs to an exciting new genre of female-driven storytelling.

Broad City Season 4: ‘Sliding Doors’ and the train of destiny

By Roxanne Sancto

Ilana and Abbi are back to remind us that women are at their strongest when they pull together.

How has trans-female representation in film changed in the last 45 years?

By Isobel Raphael

Findings from a rare public screening of John Dexter’s I Want What I Want.

Discover this Japanese epic about the horrors of war

By Anton Bitel

Shinya Tsukamoto’s Fires on the Plain is a harrowing reminder of the futility and madness of human conflict.

Hollywood mustn’t let Patty Jenkins become the exception that proves the rule

By Emily Bray

The Wonder Woman director has fully earned her shot at a sequel, but for now her success story remains an anomaly.

Is this the greatest teen movie ever made?

By David Jenkins

Maurice Pialat’s A Nos Amours is a movie masterpiece about the violence that comes from being a teenager.

Alexander Payne’s Downsizing is a sci-fi parable for modern times

By Little White Lies

Watch the first trailer for the American writer/director’s upcoming comedy.

Why John Carpenter’s They Live feels more relevant than ever

By Bryan Hempel

This cult classic tackles issues which have become of increasing importance since its release in 1988.

How Orson Welles subverted the film noir genre

By Stephen Puddicombe

The Lady from Shanghai is a prime example of the legendary filmmaker’s complicated genius.

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