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Here’s the story from A to Z: a new Spice Girls movie is coming

By Charles Bramesco

The Y2K-era pop quintet will zig-a-zig-ah once more in an animated feature vehicle.

Park Chan-wook’s Oldboy is returning to cinemas

By Charles Bramesco

The South Korean master’s name-making revenge saga is getting a shiny new restoration.

Why the politics of Derek Jarman’s late films are so important

By Sam Moore

In a time of political uncertainty, his bold representations of queerness remain as vital and relevant as ever.

Wild Honey Pie! director Jamie Adams on the art of improvisation

By Ella Kemp

The prolific Welsh filmmaker discusses the merits of being in the moment on a film set.

Jacques Audiard returns to TV for a hit spy series

By Charles Bramesco

The French filmmaker will direct multiple episodes in the fifth season of The Bureau.

The BFI brings classics to the States with a new streaming channel

By Charles Bramesco

The British Film Institute’s service features work from Orson Welles, Nicolas Roeg and more.

After the Wave: Exploring French cinema in the 1970s

By Adam Scovell

The decade following the Nouvelle Vague saw the emergence of progressive filmmakers like Chantal Akerman and Maurice Pialat.

Black Mirror ‘Striking Vipers’ review – Sexual freedom in nostalgic environments

By Roxanne Sancto

Charlie Brooker flips the script in the show’s fifth season, focusing on the nuances of male relationships.

Brad Pitt blasts into space in the first Ad Astra trailer

By Adam Woodward

James Gray’s upcoming sci-fi centres on an extraterrestrial mystery that threatens the survival of our planet.

Exclusive: Watch the brand new 4K restoration trailer for Don’t Look Now

By Adam Woodward

Nicolas Roeg’s seminal 1973 thriller is returning to cinemas on 5 July.

Discover the pressure-cooker tension of this alien invasion thriller

By Anton Bitel

Robert Wise’s 1971 sci-fi The Andromeda Strain tapped into space race and Cold War anxieties.

Barry Jenkins to direct biopic of choreographer and activist Alvin Ailey

By Charles Bramesco

Fox Searchlight backs the movie treatment of the influential African-American dancer’s life.

Ghostbusters vs Ghostbusters – Ivan Reitman’s original vs Paul Feig’s reboot

By Leigh Singer

A side-by-side look at the classic 1984 comedy and its “she-boot” counterpart from 2016.

On Location: The footbridge from Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise

By Adam Scovell

This unassuming overpass plays a pivotal role in Céline and Jesse’s Viennese waltz.

The documentary filmmakers reframing the refugee crisis

By Sarah Jilani

For Sama and Tiny Souls show the realities of conflict and exile through the eyes of women and children.

Warner Bros confirms Robert Pattinson as its new Batman

By Charles Bramesco

He’s fended off competition from Nicholas Hoult to land the role of the DC’s caped crusader.

Ava DuVernay rallies against criminal injustice in When They See Us

By Roxanne Sancto

The director’s dramatisation of the Central Park jogger case is a vital true crime chronicle.

‘We’ve all lost someone at some point’ – Lulu Wang on The Farewell

By Beth Webb

The American writer/director reveals how a lie allowed her to make this remarkable family drama.

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