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It’s Hollywood versus Hearst in the full trailer for Mank

By Charles Bramesco

David Fincher pits art against commerce in the story of Herman Mankiewicz's tragic downfall.

How François Ozon navigates queer romance

By Juan Barquin

In Summer of 85, the French director builds on a career-long interest in how we deal with love and loss.

Ardbeg & LWLies Present: The B-Movie Monsters That Time Forgot!

By Little White Lies

Watch our spine-tingling new video essay and win a Monster Night In this Halloween with Ardbeg Wee Beastie.

A journey to the past with François Ozon

By Elena Lazic

To celebrate the release of Summer of 85, we explore Ozon’s various heightened depictions of days gone by.

The first trailer for Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom strikes up the band

By Charles Bramesco

Viola Davis stars alongside the dearly departed Chadwick Boseman in the musical period piece.

William Greaves’ Nationtime and the Black National Convention of 2020

By Aaron Hunt

With the restoration of this long-lost documentary, a vital record of Black resilience has been preserved.

Transgressive femininity in Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca

By Eleanor Ring

The 1940 adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s novel sees the title character refuse to be tamed by marriage.

Check out these postcards inspired by the art of Hilma af Klint

By Little White Lies

Our latest creative brief was inspired by Beyond the Visible, a new film about the Swedish abstract artist.

David Squires on… Mike Pence in The Fly

By Little White Lies

As American gears up for its next election, concerns are raised over the health of the current VP...

Bill Nighy will lead an English-language reworking of Akira Kurosawa’s Ikiru

By Charles Bramesco

The newly-announced update will be scripted by none other than Kazuo Ishiguro.

How we trained the cockroach in Saint Maud

By Grace Dickinson

Grace Dickinson reveals how she wrangled the skin-crawling star performer of Rose Glass’ psychodrama.

Dev Patel is starring in a film about the male striptease troupe Chippendales

By Charles Bramesco

Sorry, but he’ll not be doing any of the scantily-clad dancing in Craig Gillespie’s upcoming drama.

Bong Joon-ho’s early shorts are coming to the UK for the first time

By Charles Bramesco

Influenza and Incoherence will screen later this month at the London Korean Film Festival.

Park Chan-wook has begun work on his next film, a romantic murder mystery

By Charles Bramesco

Decision to Leave marks the director’s return to Korea following his English-language miniseries The Little Drummer Girl.

The sobering prescience of Kathryn Bigelow’s Strange Days

By Thomas Hobbs

The director’s 1995 tech noir isn’t her most critically or commercially successful film, but it might just be her most important.

Yield to the Night remains a powerful rallying cry for social change

By Anna Cale

This powerful Diana Dors prison drama from 1956 makes a compelling case against capital punishment.

An open letter to Freddie Flintoff

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

A personal thank you to the former cricketer whose new documentary, Living with Bulimia, dispels the stigma around the disorder.

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