Paul Thomas Anderson

Phantom Thread

By David Jenkins

Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest is a swooning, masochistic love story set in mid-century London. It might just be his best film...

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A 35mm Paul Thomas Anderson tour is coming to a cinema near you

By Hannah Woodhead

Experience some primo PTA on celluloid with screenings of Magnolia, There Will be Blood and more.

The trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread is here

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Daniel Day-Lewis plays a London dressmaker in the writer/director’s eighth feature.

A requiem for medium-sized movies

By James Luxford

Why have mid-budget films all-but disappeared from today’s cinematic landscape?

Paul Thomas Anderson has directed a new Haim music video

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Take a first look at the band’s new single ‘Right Now’.

1990s short films from 10 incredible directors

By John Wadsworth

Wes Anderson, Sofia Coppola and Christopher Nolan feature in this amazing crop of short works.

Hauschka on Jonny Greenwood’s There Will Be Blood score

By Paul Weedon

The experimental German composer discusses his favourite OST.

Take a 360° video tour of There Will Be Blood live in concert

By Dan Einav

Watch Jonny Greenwood’s atmospheric score come to life.

Why There Will Be Blood feels more relevant than ever

By Colin Biggs

Released 10 years ago, Paul Thomas Anderson’s 2007 masterpiece contains an anti-capitalist message that rings especially true today.

Paul Thomas Anderson has directed a new Radiohead video

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The stripped-back short for band’s new single The Numbers’ features ‘Jonny, Thom and a CR78.

An existential reading of Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Daydreaming’

By Kyle Turner

The director brings his distinctive style to Radiohead’s spellbinding new video.

Paul Thomas Anderson’s Junun is a miniature miracle

By David Jenkins

What Jonny Greenwood did on his holidays makes for rousing cinematic statement.

Philip Seymour Hoffman: ‘I’ve dealt with all the bad stuff’

By Adam Woodward

The Master star discusses his special relationship with his long-time friend and collaborator, Paul Thomas Anderson.

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