Nola Darling is reborn in this vital update of Spike Lee’s 1986 film.
Put down the gift vouchers and step away from the socks, it’s time for our annual festive gift guide.
With its sleazy motels and crowded terminals, John Hughes’ vision of America is one audiences know only too well.
The so-called ‘Prince of Nothingwood’ is his country’s zero-budget answer to Steven Spielberg.
By Adam Scovell
Nicholas Ray’s 1950 tale of male power, anger and violence is receiving a timely theatrical re-run.
The British actor discusses her love of diving into a character and how she deals with everyday sexism in the film industry.
It’s back to LA for QT as the writer/director’s next project begins to take shape.
By Anton Bitel
Sion Sono’s fantasy horror TAG features one of the most arresting opening sequences in movie history.
The writer/director’s dystopian arthouse flick holds a smudged mirror to white middle America.
By Nadia Latif
Spike Lee’s epic biopic of the black civil rights leader offers only glimpses of the great woman behind the man.
As Sidney Lumet’s seminal ’70s satire makes its way to the theatre, we ask is it just a load of sound and fury?
Join us at ICA London for three days of celluloid miracles, including films by Orson Welles and Agnés Varda.
The director of Mudbound on how she grappled with the legacy of slavery in the Deep South.
By Jack Godwin
James Mangold’s 1997 crime drama saw the actor once again prove himself against the odds.
Remember Baghdad sheds light on a painful chapter in the nation’s history.
From Commando to Conan, Terminator to Twins, we size up the cultural icon’s ample body of work.
By Mark Allison
It’s 50 years since the director announced his arrival as a major new force in American cinema.