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From Citizen Kane to The Other Side of the Wind, we survey the directorial canon of a cinematic titan.
To celebrate the film’s home ents release, we’re setting a Breaking Bad-inspired creative brief.
Tsai Ming-liang’s 2003 film, newly released on Blu-ray, is a poignant and powerful love letter to the cinema.
It’s alive! (‘It’ being a parody of Universal’s classic horror pictures, courtesy of the Jump Street directors.)
The Coen brothers’ classic gangland neo-noir remains one of their most potent and illusive works.
By Logan Kenny
The film shows the everyday agonies of existing as queer and dealing with trauma in an apathetic world.
The songwriting team behind Passing Strange is also on board for the director’s take on Pfizer’s wonder drug.
She shares top billing with Shia LaBeouf in this emotive drama about a couple who lose their infant child.
By Mark Allison
With a new 007 and more progressive sexual politics, this film brought the series up to speed with the modern world.
She’s set to bring the survival-horror ‘The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon’ to the screen.
By Brian Quinn
Directed by SFX visionary Douglas Trumbull, this homespun space odyssey is a far more soulful affair.
By Anton Bitel
Godzilla creator Ishiro Honda’s globe-trotting adventure is a strangely sweet family adventure.
Steven Soderbergh’s latest also includes Gemma Chan, Candice Bergen and Dianne Wiest.
During the 1930s and ’40s, Herbert and Natalie Kalmus revolutionised the art and business of Hollywood filmmaking.
By Adam Scovell
A walking tour of the French port town evokes a sense of wonder befitting Jacques Demy’s romantic musical.
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