By Lydia Figes
Female-driven comedies such as The Marvellous Mrs Maisel and Funny Cow are challenging archaic notions about women on screen.
By Brian Brems
What does it mean to be an American who loves Martin Scorsese’s Taxi Driver but hates gun violence?
By Nathan Smith
Ten years ago, Matt Reeves’ secret monster movie ushered in a new era of fan-driven movie publicity.
As streaming platforms vie with major film studios for viewers’ attention, great work is at risk of being lost in the content ether.
We pay homage to director Clive Barker’s majestic suburban gore aria from 1987.
More and more movies are featuring female characters with strength, agency and a drive to take action. What took them so damn long?
He was an abusive and tempestuous artist, but the emotional power of the late German director’s tragic melodramas is undeniable.
In praise of the Hong kong adrenaline junkie and architect of the time-honoured bullet ballet.
The cast and crew of Twin Peaks remember the making and breaking of a cultural phenomenon.
By Lara C Cory
Old-fashioned techniques appear to have made a comeback, but the reality is they never went away.
How a ’90s indie movie tried (and failed) to survive stolen golf clubs, an MMA pioneer, Mexican crocodiles and the Stallone brothers.
By Greg Noone
The hosts of the Asian Oscar Bait podcast discuss the need for greater diversity on screen.
Movies have always reflected social attitudes and trends – and that could prove especially vital over the next four years.
In a landscape of total celebrity saturation, is this enigmatic Hollywood icon is the last of the pure movie stars?
Directors Eduardo Sánchez and Daniel Myrick tell the story of how their freshman film project became a cultural phenomenon.
By Vadim Rizov
Woody Allen has made his fair share of bad movies. But who are the critical gatekeepers who will stop at nothing to defend his honour?
Katsuhiro Ôtomo’s iconic anime mirrors the atrocities witnessed by Hiroshima and Nagasaki 70 years ago.