Fourteen years after Mary-Kate and Ashley stepped away from acting, we reflect on the siblings’ on-screen legacy.
Did their scathing reviews of the hit musical costs these revered female film critics their jobs?
Jane Campion’s much maligned 2003 thriller offers a vital subversion of the male gaze.
The events of May ’68 had a profound impact on the film world.
As a school shooting survivor, films like Elephant and Polytechnique have a special resonance for me.
Donnie Darko, Inland Empire and more are screening at Cinémathèque Québécoise this weekend.
The film’s glamorisation of vigilante justice resonated with an increasingly paranoid audience in 1974.
Leon Gast’s award-winning 1996 film portrays the heavyweight champ as an artist, philosopher and poet.
This hit musical, released 60 years ago, remains the pinnacle of the American singer’s film career.
We’ve delved into the archives to find out which films were topping critics’ charts 50 years ago.
The Olympic figure skater turned actor was a huge celebrity in her day – but controversy was never far away.
The radical director of Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun? talks race and legacy in America.
The so-called ‘Prince of Nothingwood’ is his country’s zero-budget answer to Steven Spielberg.
Montreal’s Festival du Nouveau Cinéma presented erotic tales from around the world this year.
The French master’s work mirrors today’s climate of social anxiety, as revealed in a recent retrospective.
At the 2017 Fantasia Film Festival, women directors once again took centre stage.
George Lucas’ space saga was instrumental in kick-starting the X-rated spoof industry.
Join us on an epic round the world trip to some of the darkest reaches of horror cinema.
Justine Smith examines how movies like The House of the Devil and Lords of Salem use nostalgia to expose a fractured national identity.
Sion Sono’s Anti-Porno explores the untapped sexual imagination of women.
Events like Le Festival du Film de Fesses are exploring stigmatising and transgression on the big screen.
This TV spin-off kickstarted a conversation on diversity, while also saying that women could and should have the same rabid consumer rights as men.
Ben Stiller’s comic creation channels the absurd charm of ’60s cult classic Who Are You, Polly Maggoo?