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This video shows Peter Cushing being digitally resurrected in Rogue One

By Little White Lies

The painstaking process of recreating Grand Moff Tarkin has finally been revealed...

Andy Warhol’s Bad is a feminist masterpiece that’s too good to ignore

By Leigh Clark

This subversive cult classic imagines a world of empowered women.

Why we need more films like Medium Cool in our post-truth times

By Caitlin Quinlan

Haskell Wexler’s film brilliantly blurs the line between reality and story.

Why you should be paying more attention to John Wick’s suits

By Henry Bevan

What function does Luca Mosca’s minimalist costume design serve in this superlative action franchise?

Is this the Coen brothers’ most underrated movie?

By Dan Einav

The Man Who Wasn’t There is a film without levity, hope or redemption – and it’s one of the directors’ very best.

Smoke and Mirrors – Why the battle between practical effects and CGI isn’t as real as you think

By Lara C Cory

Old-fashioned techniques appear to have made a comeback, but the reality is they never went away.

Terrence Malick’s Song to Song gets a spellbinding first trailer

By Little White Lies

Watch Ryan Gosling and Rooney Mara roll and tumble in the director’s modern love story.

Chad Stahelski’s five-point guide to shooting great action sequences

By Adam Woodward

The John Wick: Chapter 2 director and onetime stunt double reveals some of the secrets of his craft.

Jared Leto is directing a thriller based on a script by James Ellroy

By Rebecca Dykstra

The upcoming 77 will tell the true crime story of kidnapped American heiress Patty Hearst.

The team behind Zero Dark Thirty are making a TV show about Trump vs Clinton

By Rebecca Dykstra

The US election saga is being serialised by screenwriter Mark Boal.

How I was seduced by the ‘Dark Side of the Rainbow’ phenomenon

By Thomas Hobbs

I was skeptical about pairing The Wizard of Oz and Pink Floyd, until I decided to put the fan theory to the test...

Bette Davis vs Joan Crawford drama Feud gets a sensational trailer

By Little White Lies

Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon play the warring Hollywood icons in this FX drama.

Sadiq Khan is hosting a free public screening of The Salesman

By Rebecca Dykstra

Asghar Farhadi’s Oscar-nominated film will receive its UK premiere the same night as the Academy Awards.

Hauschka on Jonny Greenwood’s There Will Be Blood score

By Paul Weedon

The experimental German composer discusses his favourite OST.

In praise of Bob Roberts – the political satire that got it spot on

By Anastasia Miari

The events of Tim Robbins’ 1992 directorial debut feel scarily prophetic when viewed today.

Exploring black masculinity in Boyz n the Hood and Moonlight

By Kambole Campbell

John Singleton and Barry Jenkins’ films understand what it means to grow up young, black and American.

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