By Leila Latif
T A P E Collective discuss their BFI takeover and why representation is at the heart of their programming ethos.
They’ll play a bounty hunter and an outlaw, respectively, in the veteran director’s upcoming Dead for a Dollar.
A car showroom model, a grieving father, and a woman with a mysterious past cross paths in Julia Ducournau’s latest.
By Adam Scovell
Throughout the 1970s an exciting subgenre dominated Italian cinema, combined action and crime to dizzying effect.
Hettie Macdonald’s 1996 film contains a beautiful message of queer acceptance and togetherness.
Her sharp-tongued turn in Howard Hawks’ 1953 comedy is the perfect foil for Marilyn Monroe’s bimbo act.
Joan Tewkesbury’s sole directorial effort stars Talia Shire as a woman on a journey to rediscover herself.
In Michael Sarnoski’s low-key debut, the Cage takes revenge on the exploitative food industry.
Evgeny Todorov’s retro-styled homage to Agnès Varda’s Parisian sojourn is the latest poster in our partnership with 99designs by Vistaprint.
The star of Luchino Visconti’s Death in Venice reflects on his life in this melancholy documentary.
For a film that actively disengages from popular American culture, the Indian dance sequence is a perfect fit.
The Holdovers puts the Sideways star at an elite prep school over the holidays circa 1970.
By Anton Bitel
Paul Verhoeven’s subversive 1992 film is a Hitchcockian thriller with the kink brought to the surface.
In her provocative 2001 film, Catherine Breillat holds a mirror to society before smashing it to pieces.
By Thomas Hobbs
Billy Wilder’s 1951 noir has obvious parallels with our current age of fake news and alternative facts.
Emma Seligman’s growing pains comedy ushers in a new era for bi characters who are not judged on their sexuality.
Our partnership with 99designs by Vistaprint continues with Jim Stoten’s psychedelic take on Kubrick’s sci-fi classic.