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Why John Carpenter’s They Live feels more relevant than ever

By Bryan Hempel

This cult classic tackles issues which have become of increasing importance since its release in 1988.

Detroit, Charlottesville and filming the American race war

By Nicholas Laskin

Kathryn Bigelow’s new film is part of a larger, ongoing cultural problem.

How can film marketers use fake news to their advantage?

By Daisy Phillipson

In the current political climate, transparency is key for viral marketing campaigns.

Chris Addison is directing the Dirty Rotten Scoundrels remake

By Eve Watling

Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson are set to star in Nasty Women.

Al Gore takes aim at Trump in the sequel to An Inconvenient Truth

By Jack Godwin

The former Vice President turns up the heat in the follow-up to his award-winning climate change doc.

1984 is returning to cinemas in protest of Donald Trump

By John Wadsworth

Almost 200 independent cinemas have pledged to screen Michael Radford’s Orwellian adaptation.

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.

John Waters: ‘I’m like a weird gay version of my father’

By David Jenkins

The Pope of Trash reflects on his controversial career ahead of the re-release of his black comedy Multiple Maniacs.

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.

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.

John Hurt remembered by 1984 director Michael Radford

By Ian Schultz

The British filmmaker shares his memories of his late friend and reflects on his Orwell adaptation.

10 films Donald Trump should screen in the White House

By Dan Einav

Following a recent Finding Dory screening, we’ve got some more viewing suggestions for the President.

Michael Bay is producing a dystopian thriller about Trump’s America

By Lena Hanafy

Will Little America be a case of the blind leading the blind?

What’s the bleakest film you’ve ever seen?

By David Jenkins

Recent events have got us thinking about the most depressingly hopeless movies ever made.

Have we become the audience in Wes Craven’s New Nightmare?

By Thomas Hobbs

The director’s satirical 1994 horror explores what happens when society embraces its worst monsters.

What will Hollywood cinema look like in the Trump era?

By Christina Newland

Movies have always reflected social attitudes and trends – and that could prove especially vital over the next four years.

How The Dark Knight Rises foreshadowed the dawn of Trump

By Henry Bevan

Christopher Nolan’s film tells of a unqualified maniac who ruthlessly exploits a crumbling establishment.

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