Posts by Charles Bramesco

Steven Soderbergh takes on the NBA in High Flying Bird trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The director shot the feature on an iPhone 7 modified with special lenses.

An eerie new trailer for Claire Denis’ High Life has entered orbit

By Charles Bramesco

The French director’s sci-fi masterpiece stars Robert Pattinson and Juliette Binoche.

Billy Zane is playing Marlon Brando in a new biopic

By Charles Bramesco

Waltzing with Brando tracks the late Hollywood icon’s strange partnership with an architect.

Everything we know about Denis Villeneuve’s Dune

By Charles Bramesco

Checking in on the director’s long-gestating, Timothée Chalamet-starring sci-fi epic.

Jim Jarmusch teams up with experimental lute player for new album

By Charles Bramesco

‘An Attempt to Draw Aside the Veil’ is out 8 February via Sacred Bones.

Martin Scorsese’s new Bob Dylan documentary is coming to Netflix

By Charles Bramesco

Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story is set for release later this year.

Art will kill you in the Velvet Buzzsaw trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Dan Gilroy reteams with Jake Gyllenhaal for his urbane new psychothriller.

Regina Hall is 12 again in the trailer for Little

By Charles Bramesco

She stars alongside Issa Rae in the upcoming body-change comedy.

Could you watch a film inside a coffin?

By Charles Bramesco

A Swedish film festival is offering attendees a macabre new viewing experience.

The 76th Golden Globes – a night in soundbites

By Charles Bramesco

Silly, stirring, or sage, here are the evening’s choice quotes.

Fifty Shades Freed

By Charles Bramesco

Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan go out with a whimper in this mildly titillating trilogy capper.

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The Post

By Charles Bramesco

Steven Spielberg recounts the story of the Pentagon Papers – with one eye on Donald Trump – in this strangely unsatisfying political drama.

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Stronger

By Charles Bramesco

David Gordon Green teams up with Jake Gyllenhaal to bring us a biopic that’s harder, better, faster...

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Girls Trip

By Charles Bramesco

There’s plenty to like about this fun and frisky comedy, not least the brilliant female cast.

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Riley Keough on why she loves working on independent movies

By Charles Bramesco

The American star discusses her role in the claustrophobic thriller It Comes at Night.

Baby Driver

By Charles Bramesco

Edgar Wright’s finely-tuned latest is a glorious joyride that will leave you spinning.

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Funeral Parade of Roses offers a peek into a hidden world

By Charles Bramesco

Toshio Matsumoto’s kaleidoscopic masterpiece offers a vital perspective on gender, sexuality and identity.

Daniel Clowes: ‘Wilson is like my nemesis – but I admire him also’

By Charles Bramesco

The renowned American comic artist discusses the latest adaptation of his work.

Moonlight

By Charles Bramesco

Barry Jenkins’ low-key examination of black life in America is an aching romance of the very highest order.

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What does death look like on Lonergan’s North Shore?

By Charles Bramesco

A Massachusetts native offers a candidly personal take on Manchester by the Sea.

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