The Swedish master’s 1957 film is a deceptively accessible arthouse staple.
David Lynch’s obsession with the classic MGM musical has come to the fore again.
The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) is the latest NY-set ensemble comedy from the director of Frances Ha.
By Sarah Jilani
A look at how cinema has separated the human stories from this major historical event.
By Mark Allison
Josh Brolin and Benecio Del Toro are set to return in this continuation of Denis Villeneuve's cartel land throwdown.
We test the actor’s knowledge of ’90s movies – with one crucial twist...
In an age of increasingly familiar extended universes, individual films simply don’t have the same cultural impact as they did 20 years ago.
By Lara C Cory
There’s so much more to this lusty ’80s hit than meets the eye.
By Josh Howey
Sidney Lumet’s 1957 film is a perfect example of how to combine character and setting.
Armando Iannucci’s Soviet-set satire is packed with comedic talent.
Al Gore’s latest crusade reveals the shocking realities of climate change.
Clint Eastwood’s gritty 1992 film dispelled many of the myths which he helped to popularise.
The supernatural motif which first appeared in Fire Walk with Me has cropped up again – but how many rings are there?
By Luke Walkley
Harry Dean Stanton delivers arguably the greatest performance of his long career in John Carroll Lynch’s contemplative debut feature.
By Matt Thrift
The director’s astonishing 1969 film was shown from the only known 35mm print in existence.
Ten years ago, the director dropped his most profound meditation on life’s journey.