Every school has that one handsome teacher – could it be B-Coop?
Small Axe sees the actor-activist play a London police officer trying to change the system from the inside.
Our resident cartoonist imagines a recent meeting between the Tenet director and studio execs.
By Simon Bland
The director reflects on the making of his 2010 buddy cop comedy, and the serious message at its heart.
As cinemas in the UK prepare to reopen, Matthew Mulcahy reflects on his formative experiences of watching films on the big screen.
To celebrate the release of Make Up, here are five magnificent first films by some seriously talented women.
By Anton Bitel
With its camp aesthetic and winking humour, Mike Hodges’ swash-buckling space romp is undeniably a product of its time.
Evan Rachel Wood, Richard Jenkins, Debra Winger and Gina Rodriguez lead the cast.
The animation studio’s next feature-length film joins a pair of best friends for an “unforgettable summer”.
A Thousand Cuts deftly chronicles Maria Ressa’s ongoing struggle for a free press in her native Philippines.
Quint’s show-stopping monologue recounts the doomed tale of the USS Indianapolis – but it isn’t entirely accurate.
The Australian writer/director discusses debunking popular myths surrounding sex work in her bold debut feature.
These stark, static structures often represent class, sexuality and escape, as Claire Oakley’s Make Up shows.
Eva Green’s astronaut explores uncharted territory in more ways than one in Alice Winocour’s space drama.
By Anton Bitel
The director’s 1997 film contains a sly parody of the capitalist ideals underpinning the American Dream.
A bidding war over a Reddit-sourced horror pitch rings a familiar bell.
By Luís Azevedo
Our latest video essay breaks down the rhetorical device behind some of cinema’s most iconic dialogue.