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Alejandro González Iñárritu has begun production on his first film in six years

By Charles Bramesco

Limbo will capture the “political and social modernity of Mexico”, and is being lensed by Darius Khondji.

A new retrospective reveals the wonders of classic Chinese animation

By Kambole Campbell

The Wan brothers and Te Wei are among the pioneering artists featured in an online film season.

Ridley Scott eyes Jodie Comer for the female lead in his Napoleon epic

By Charles Bramesco

She’s set to star as Josephine, paramour to the infamous, diminutive world-conqueror.

Why I love Jean Harlow’s performance in Wife vs Secretary

By Lauren Pinnington

Her easy charm and chemistry with Clark Gable elevates this otherwise unremarkable workplace rom-com.

The Most Beautiful Boy in the World and the dark legacy of Death in Venice

By Rafaela Sales Ross

A new documentary reveals how Björn Andrésen was plagued by the title director Luchino Visconti bestowed on him.

David Squires on… The News of the World

By Little White Lies

Our resident cartoonist riffs on Paul Greengrass’ Netflix western about a travelling newsreader.

Pixar weaves a fantasy of Italian mer-boys in the first Luca trailer

By Charles Bramesco

A pair of friends must keep their amphibian secret from their harpoon-happy community.

David Fincher will adapt French graphic novel ‘The Killer’ for his next film

By Charles Bramesco

Michael Fassbender could be in line to star in the upcoming thriller, the director’s latest for Netflix.

How Minari conveys Asian wariness of the American Dream

By Ian Wang

Lee Isaac Chung’s film carries on a tradition of skepticism towards the promises of cultural assimilation.

Guy Ritchie is marching to the front with a new World War Two thriller

By Charles Bramesco

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare concerns a secret black ops team doing the dirty work.

See Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac in HBO’s Scenes from a Marriage

By Charles Bramesco

The Affair creator Hagai Levy will update Ingmar Bergman’s relationship drama for 2021.

The story behind The Grand Budapest Hotel’s ‘Boy with Apple’ painting

By Adam Woodward

Artist Michael Taylor reveals how he created the “priceless” artwork at the centre of Wes Anderson’s film.

How A Couch in New York deconstructs the romantic comedy

By Gabriela Almeida

Chantal Akerman’s 1996 film, starring Juliette Binoche and William Hurt, fully embraces genre, happy ending and all.

Beginnings: Peter Cushing’s Purley

By Adam Scovell

The British acting icon spent his formative years the South London district, in a house built by his father.

Ari Aster’s next film has found its lead in Joaquin Phoenix

By Charles Bramesco

He’ll play “one of the most successful entrepreneurs of all time” in Disappointment Blvd, for A24.

Jesse Plemons joins Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon

By Charles Bramesco

He’s poised to take over the lead role from Leonardo DiCaprio in the director’s 1920s crime western.

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