Steve MCQueen

Steve McQueen’s Widows to open the 2018 BFI London Film Festival

By Hannah Woodhead

The festival’s 62nd edition kicks off with the international premiere of the British director’s fourth feature.

Papillon – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek star in this serviceable but unnecessary remake of the classic prison camp drama.

Steve McQueen’s Widows gets a pulsating first trailer

By Adam Woodward

Viola Davis and Michelle Rodriguez head up an all-star cast in the director’s female-driven heist thriller.

10 great heist movies to get you in the mood for Baby Driver

By Ian Gilchrist

Classic crime-thrillers to seek out – from Rififi to Thief, Dog Day Afternoon to Reservoir Dogs.

The 30 greatest car chase scenes in movie history

By Matt Thrift

How many of these pulse-quickening set pieces have you seen?

Why is Black British film struggling to find its voice?

By Nadia Latif

A recent conference highlighted the urgent need to promote diversity across the UK industry.

Do movies turn women into masochists?

By Christina Newland

Is it possible for women to love movies which promote a regressive, misogynistic worldview?

Shame

By Adam Woodward

Steve McQueen’s erotically-charged descent into sex addiction is by turns raw, elegant and uncompromising.

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Hunger

By Matt Bochenski

Steve McQueen has produced a biopic of IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands that is doused in violence.

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