She’ll play a young woman mourning the death of her ex-husband while on holiday in the English countryside.
Here’s every piece of media the American director consumed last year, including four different viewings of Mank.
By Orla Smith
DoP Benjamin Loeb talks us through the astonishing set-piece that opens Kornél Mundruczó’s film.
The Göteborg Film Festival is offering one brave soul a once-in-a-lifetime festival experience.
As another big year for movies begins, we look ahead to new work from Chloé Zhao, Wes Anderson and Sion Sono.
From long-delayed projects to ones born out of the pandemic, here are the upcoming movies we’re most excited about.
’Tis the season for satirical cartoons lampooning your favourite festive flicks. Happy holidays!
By Thomas Hobbs
From Birds of Prey’s intoxicating mix of rap and pop music to Tamar-kali’s atmospheric Shirley score.
Our favourite new releases from this year, featuring Spike Lee, Chloé Zhao, Josephine Decker and more.
From the classic to the abstract, we count down our favourite poster designs from a highly unusual year of movies.
By Adam Scovell
Visiting the leafy London street where the pioneering Hollywood actor and filmmaker came of age.
By Thomas Hobbs
The Chicago rapper describes the moment he fell in love with Jon Brion’s dreamlike score.
Our round-up of the year’s finest physical releases, some of which helped us through the dark times of lockdown.
The infamous Dane will shoot a third instalment of the his cult ’90s show set in a neurosurgery ward.
Stanley Kubrick’s final film contains a thinly-veiled critique of the vulgar excess and materialism of Christmas.
We set a bumper sticker design challenge inspired by the Breaking Bad spin-off movie.
By Anton Bitel
House of Bamboo, one of the first American features to be shot in Japan, is as hard-boiled as they come.
By Emma Fraser
From Schitt’s Creek to The Last Dance, here are our favourite small-screen offerings from the past year.