Beats, Rhymes and Cinema: Juice

By Thomas Hobbs

With its thrilling performances and damning anti-gun message, Ernest Dickerson’s portrait of America continues to touch a nerve.

Abel Ferrara has made a film about Rome’s most infamous square

By Holly Connolly

The director is joined by Willem Dafoe to explore the city’s Piazza Vittorio.

Watch a selection of incredible short films by emerging talent

By Little White Lies

Grace Lee’s beguiling animation The Baths is one of over 300 films screening at Playback Festival 2018.

What does it mean to come of age in the modern world?

By Matt Turner

Three outstanding new films at this year’s CPH:DOX presented illuminating responses to this question.

How to score an animated gangster movie

By Little White Lies

The Shanghai Restoration Project reveal how they created the soundtrack for Have A Nice Day.

Discover the fragmented horrors of this Robert Altman psychodrama

By Anton Bitel

The writer/director’s idiosyncratic 1972 film Images is ripe for rediscovery.

The fascinating etymology behind Guillermo del Toro’s character names

By Nicholas Russell

The Mexican filmmaker’s work is loaded with religious symbolism.

Has the Netflix vs Disney streaming war already been won?

By Jack Kavanagh

Disney’s plans for a Star Wars TV series could prove the Death Star to Netflix’s Alderaan.

An Isle of Dogs ramen bar is coming to London

By Hannah Woodhead

Wes Anderson’s new film is getting its very own food-themed pop-up exhibition.

Beats, Rhymes and Cinema: New Jack City

By Thomas Hobbs

The box office success of this 1991 drama forced America to view the crack epidemic from a different perspective.

Why I love Marisa Tomei’s performance in My Cousin Vinny

By Catherine Pearson

With her strong self-belief and striking dress sense, Mona Lisa Vito is a character we can all get behind.

Is Annihilation the first true film of the Anthropocene era?

By Lewis Gordon

Alex Garland’s chilling body horror speaks directly to our current age of ecological crisis.

How Once Upon a Time in the West reflects the social anxiety of 1968

By Dan Einav

Sergio Leone’s landmark western, which turns 50 this year, is a fascinating product of its time.

A beginner’s guide to the films of Lynne Ramsay

By Kambole Campbell

To celebrate the release of You Were Never Really Here, we’ve put together a handy primer of the director’s short and feature work.

Horror highlights from Glasgow FrightFest 2018

By Anton Bitel

Some of the year’s best and most challenging genre titles were served up over a truly chilling weekend.

10 essential Indigenous Australian films

By Shane O’Reilly

To celebrate the release of Sweet Country, seek out these amazing works directed by and starring native Australians.

LWLies 74: Isle of Dogs

By Little White Lies

Our latest print edition offers an exciting look inside Wes Anderson’s stop-motion opus.

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