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Hearing Wes Anderson – A Lesson in Sound Design

By Luís Azevedo

How the director uses sound to immerse the audience in his unique cinematic world.

Gotta go fast to watch the new Sonic The Hedgehog trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Jim Carrey twiddles his orange moustache as the nefarious Dr Robotnik.

The new Final Cut promises a definitive Apocalypse Now

By Charles Bramesco

At the third time of asking, Francis Ford Coppola has finally cracked it.

Endgame and the other 22nd entries in movie franchise history

By James Luxford

How does the MCU’s latest compare with the corresponding instalments in these other film series?

Vox Lux and the price of greatness

By Conner Reed

Brady Corbet’s second directorial feature skewers a culture obsessed with easy catharsis and saviours.

An illustrated zine dives into the world of Wes Anderson

By Ritupriya Basu

UK-based illustrator Manjit Thapp has created an evocative tribute to the filmmaker’s most iconic scenes.

The first trailer for Young Ahmed courts controversy

By Charles Bramesco

The premise of the Dardenne brothers’ latest has already raised eyebrows.

Discover great new Canadian films at the 2019 Canada Now festival

By David Jenkins

Porn barons, rebel poets and teen sexuality are all part of this exciting cinematic crop.

New casting for Bond 25 revealed in broadcast from Jamaica

By Charles Bramesco

New baddie Rami Malek will be joined by Ana de Armas and Billy Magnussen.

At the Oscars, new rules for Netflix and international films

By Charles Bramesco

Streaming isn’t going anywhere any time soon – and there’s a change in the Best Foreign Language Film category.

Get a double dose of Will Smith in the Gemini Man trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The actor plays both an assassin and his target in Ang Lee’s latest epic.

The insane story of Zombi 2’s notorious shark fight scene

By James McMahon

How fearless stuntwork and a load of tranquillisers created one of the craziest moments in horror history.

What led Bo Burnham back to the eighth grade?

By Emily Maskell

Ahead of the release of his debut feature, we chart the American writer/director’s unusual career path.

On Location: The dance academy from Dario Argento’s Suspiria

By Adam Scovell

A pilgrimage to one of the grandest and most iconic settings in all of horror cinema.

Rambo’s official slot machine, coming soon to a casino near you

By Charles Bramesco

A licensing deal with Millennium Films could lead to some odd tie-ins.

Exploring the original Soviet TV adaptation of ‘Solaris’

By Arjun Sajip

How does this little-seen artefact compare with Stanisław Lem’s novel and Andrei Tarkovsky’s 1971 epic?

Spike Lee has started casting his new Civil War drama

By Charles Bramesco

Lucy Hale and Lucas Till are the first actors attached to Son of the South.

Explore Charlie Chaplin’s life and career via a new digital archive

By Lynsey Ford

A wealth of rare materials including photos, letters and script notes have been made available for the first time.

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