As cinemas in the UK prepare to reopen, Matthew Mulcahy reflects on his formative experiences of watching films on the big screen.
Our latest print edition brings together two of life’s foremost pleasures.
The densely conceptual sci-fi series now focuses on the lonely David Prime.
Expect another unconventional, wryly funny odyssey of the mind from Charlie Kaufman.
A weird and wonderful journey through the varied dining experiences offered by cinema.
Every school has that one handsome teacher – could it be B-Coop?
A group of young women come of age against the backdrop of civil war in Mounia Meddour’s vibrant, nuanced debut.
A troubled young gymnast experiences the ups and down of adolescence in Eva Riley tender debut feature.
The Dardenne brothers change tack with this provocative portrait of a teenage Muslim fundamentalist.
Natalia Dyer plays a Catholic girl who experiences a profound sexual awakening in Karen Maine’s smart religious satire.
By Anton Bitel
A Cornish caravan park provides the backdrop to a young woman’s sexual (re)awakening in Claire Oakley’s impressive debut.