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Nicolas Winding Refn’s Amazon series sets a path for Cannes

By Charles Bramesco

Too Old to Die Young will premiere in an Out of Competition slot next month.

Watch: The Sensual World of Claire Denis

By Luís Azevedo

Filtering the cinematic landscape of this master filmmaker through the five senses.

The death hoax that launched the first movie star

By Kristin Hunt

How a strange turn of events thrust Florence Lawrence into the Hollywood spotlight.

Why I Love Max von Sydow’s Performance in Shame

By Adam Scovell

The Swedish-born actor is at his transfixing best in Ingmar Bergman’s 1968 drama.

Andrea Arnold’s Fish Tank and the resilience of youth

By Beth Piket

The British director’s 2009 drama offers a child’s perspective of life below the poverty line.

The first trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is here

By Hannah Woodhead

Rey, Finn and Poe are back in action for the final installment in the Star Wars Skywalker trilogy.

Fuel Injected Future: Remembering Mad Max at 40

By James Clarke

How George Miller’s 1979 debut feature helped set the post-apocalyptic genre in motion.

Night of the Living Dead Live! raises Romero’s horror classic on stage

By Adam Woodward

The seminal 1968 film has been resurrected with a comedic twist.

Designing Dumbo – How VFX brought Tim Burton’s elephant to life

By Little White Lies

VFX supervisor Richard Stammers discusses his role in the making of Disney’s live-action adventure.

A classic Nick Cave soundtrack is being released on vinyl for the first time

By Charles Bramesco

The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford OST arrives on whiskey-coloured wax this month.

Six TV shows to watch if you’re already missing Fleabag

By Emma Fraser

Essential viewing to fill the Phoebe Waller-Bridge shaped void in your life.

Psycho vs Psycho – Hitchcock’s classic vs Gus Van Sant’s remake

By Leigh Singer

A side-by-side video comparison of the seminal 1960 horror and its near-identical 1998 update.

Free Solo directors plan heist thriller with Jake Gyllenhaal

By Charles Bramesco

Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi are poised to make their first foray into narrative filmmaking.

Go at 20 – How this teen movie captured LA rave culture at its best

By Beth Webb

Doug Liman’s film exists as a perfect time capsule of youth at the end of a decade.

Bong Joon-ho ratchets up the dread in first Parasite trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The South Korean master has returned to his homeland for this follow-up to Okja.

Discover the feminist subtext of this Finnish folk horror

By Anton Bitel

A newlywed woman is transformed into a vampiric beast in Erik Blomberg’s supernatural tale.

In praise of Hellboy – Why this subversive superhero movie still slays

By Daniel Seddon

Guillermo del Toro’s cigar-chewing monster remains one of cinema’s most compelling anti-heroes.

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