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As movie theatres begin to welcome back patrons, our resident cartoonist offers a sense of what to expect.
Cannibals! Nazis! Cannibal Nazis! Our definitive guide to the most notorious movies ever made.
Now that Paddington 2 is officially the greatest film of all time, what other classics might benefit from his inclusion?
Inspired by Chloé Zhao’s Oscar-winning new film, read our in-world “vanzine” about life on the open road.
Our resident cartoonist preview’s this year’s star-studded (and Covid-safe) ceremony.
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Our resident cartoonist outline the plot of the next season of the popular royal family TV drama.
Our resident cartoonist riffs on Paul Greengrass’ Netflix western about a travelling newsreader.
Our resident cartoonist pays tribute to the late, great Canadian actor.
Our resident cartoonist addresses the impact of 007’s long-delayed latest escapade on the UK cinema industry.
What better way to celebrate the filmmaker’s birthday than with a gathering of his nearest and dearest.
As another big year for movies begins, we look ahead to new work from Chloé Zhao, Wes Anderson and Sion Sono.
’Tis the season for satirical cartoons lampooning your favourite festive flicks. Happy holidays!
Our favourite new releases from this year, featuring Spike Lee, Chloé Zhao, Josephine Decker and more.
We set a bumper sticker design challenge inspired by the Breaking Bad spin-off movie.
Our resident cartoonist offers his take on the creation of one of most notorious screenplays ever written.
The actor’s astute first feature as a director is now available to stream via Modern Films.
From apparel to book and Blu-rays, here are some of our favourite movie-themed items for this festive season.
ArteKino celebrates the best in European film for the month of December with a programme of online screenings.
A popular tabletop game that requires considerable guile and skill – and we’re not talking about chess...
From Citizen Kane to The Other Side of the Wind, we survey the directorial canon of a cinematic titan.
To celebrate the film’s home ents release, we’re setting a Breaking Bad-inspired creative brief.
The UK government’s free school meals fiasco – now a major musical revival!
Watch our spine-tingling new video essay and win a Monster Night In this Halloween with Ardbeg Wee Beastie.
Our latest creative brief was inspired by Beyond the Visible, a new film about the Swedish abstract artist.
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The complete ranking of our favourite movies from 2000 to 2009. How many have you seen?
Our latest creative brief draws from the seductive abstract style of the pioneering artist, as captured in Beyond the Visible.
A.I., American Psycho and Bamboozled all make the final part of our list – but what will come out on top?
Our noughties ranking reaches the midway point, as Amélie, Oldboy and Spider-Man 2 all make the cut.
Our countdown of the finest cinematic offerings from 2000 to 2009 continues. How many have you seen?
Part one of our bumper survey of the noughties, featuring Avatar, Borat! and Requiem for a Dream.
Enter our creative brief, inspired by Ben Wheatley’s latest, and you could win a signed first edition of Daphne du Maurier’s novel.
Confused by Christopher Nolan’s time-bending thriller? Our resident cartoonist has got you covered.
What if Uncut Gems was a sitcom? Our resident cartoonist reimagines the Safdies’ cult favourite.
Our sister magazine Huck have teamed up with Squarespace for a special edition of Skill-Up. In this episode, Sophie Mo presents a body art how-to.
A weird and wonderful journey through the varied dining experiences offered by cinema.
Our resident cartoonist imagines a recent meeting between the Tenet director and studio execs.
To celebrate the release of Make Up, here are five magnificent first films by some seriously talented women.
We continue our countdown of films to look forward to, providing a little light at the end of the tunnel.
Adobe Stock is home to thousands of high-quality, non-watermarked tracks, perfect for your next project.
Everything is still terrible, so we’re daydreaming about the future and the embarrassment of cinematic riches yet to come.
The famed screenwriter’s new work follows the travails of failed filmmaker, critic, paramour and shoe salesman B Rosenberger Rosenberg.
Cartoonist David Squires imagines how the residents of Gotham are dealing with COVID-19.
Launching exclusively on PlayStation 4, Ghost of Tsushima is inspired by the world of samurai warriors.
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The lights are on, but there’s nobody home...
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Fan art inspired by Greta Gerwig’s film, created for our latest design competition.
David Squires takes stock of the latest COVID-19 guidance, and whether it’s safe to leave the bunker...
Access an exclusive virtual preview of the Rock Against Racism film, in association with All Points East.
Cartoonist David Squires checks in with the Torrance family at their isolation retreat.
Take part in our latest creative brief and you could win some exclusive prizes from Greta Gerwig’s film.
In a brand new series, produced in partnership with Squarespace, Little White Lies and Huck spotlight artists and makers as they adapt to life under lockdown and an uncertain future.
Cartoonist David Squires reimagines Martin Scorsese’s mob epic with a social distancing twist.
Presenting a LWLies x Modern Films creative brief for those stuck indoors during the lockdown.
Classic film art updated for the coronavirus age, from E.T. to Little Miss Sunshine.
Email in your requirements, and we’ll suggest a movie we think you’ll love.
We'll be joined by the legendary filmmaker for a Q&A on March 20.
A new poster exhibition in London celebrates two decades of Academy Award-winning movies.
Keith Behrman, the writer/director of Giant Little Ones, discusses the intricacies of this time-honoured genre.
The upcoming edition of GFF features an entire day of features directed by women.
Rising director Koby Adom describes how attending LFS proved to be a turning point in his life.
A quick look at our countdown of the top movies from the past 10 years.
Our team of writers choose their favourite films from the past 10 years. How many have you seen?
Counting down our favourite feature-length releases from the past 12 months.
ArteKino is an innovative digital film festival showcasing the crème of new European cinema.
Discover new work by exciting young talent courtesy of Random Acts and Channel 4.
Practical effects whizzes Brian and Wendy Froud discuss their work on Netflix’s new prequel series.
A countdown of the greatest chart-toppers, floor-fillers and musical curios ever composed for film.
Do you suffer from this terrible affliction? What are the signs? Can movies help us to heal?
The London Film School’s MA degree courses allow students to learn all about the filmmaking process.
VFX supervisor Richard Stammers discusses his role in the making of Disney’s live-action adventure.
For our latest creative brief, we’re looking to the future as part of Barbican’s Life Rewired season.
The ever-industrious Scottish festival is a LWLies fave, and they’re taking a journey back to the Summer of Love.
We were blown away by the excellent entries for our latest competition.
For our first edition of 2019 we dive into Barry Jenkins’ extraordinary adaptation of James Baldwin.
Park City’s prestigious indie extravaganza promises familiar faces and new discoveries aplenty in 2019.
Our extended team of writers select the best new features screened to critics this calendar year.
Our annual countdown of the movies that made the biggest impression on us this year, from Hereditary to The House That Jack Built.
Enter our latest creative brief inspired by this touching family drama.
Throughout December, this online film festival is showcasing a treasure trove of under-the-radar features.
Creatives from around the world say they find inspiration in film, according to a new WeTransfer report.
Our latest print edition pays tribute to Alfonso Cuaròn’s personal ode to movies, Mexico and the woman who made him a man.
We’ve perused the programme for this year’s LKFF and selected some highlights you definitely shouldn’t miss.
This romping tale of clashing artistic egos screens as part of the Royal Albert Hall’s Festival of Film.
A new premium streaming service is here to satisfy all your movie needs.
Big names, hidden gems and arthouse favourites head to the capital this October.
Desiree Akhavan’s sparkling conversion therapy drama graces the cover of our autumn issue.
Our latest print edition features guest contributions from Guillermo del Toro, the Safdie brothers and more.
The virtual film school supports the next generation of documentarians.
We take a closer look at the maestro behind some of cinema’s best-loved scores.
Daniel Day-Lewis and Lesley Manville have an epic food fight in this outtake from Paul Thomas Anderson’s drama.
Claire Denis, Yorgos Lanthimos and Terrence Malick could be competing for this year’s Palme d’Or.
Grace Lee’s beguiling animation The Baths is one of over 300 films screening at Playback Festival 2018.
The Shanghai Restoration Project reveal how they created the soundtrack for Have A Nice Day.
Our latest print edition offers an exciting look inside Wes Anderson’s stop-motion opus.
Read an exclusive extract of a long-lost conversation between these innovative French filmmakers.
Scouting photos and script drafts shed new light on the greatest movie never made.
Enter our latest creative brief, inspired by Lynne Ramsay’s visceral thriller.
Four female writers pen personal messages to their mothers in response to Greta Gerwig’s affecting film.
A hella tight collaboration to celebrate the UK release of Lady Bird.
Dive into our latest print edition and explore the magical world of director Guillermo del Toro.
The Carol and Blue Jasmine star will judge this year’s Palme d’Or contenders.
Our writers round up the high and low points from a remarkable year at the movies.
Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin reprise their roles for this hotly-anticipated follow-up.
Our writers select their favourite new releases from the past 12 months.
From Lady Bird to Logan Lucky, these are our highlights from what’s been a mast year for new movies. How many have you seen?
The director’s 1996 debut feature is out now via The Criterion Collection.
The director exclusively narrates a clip from his inspirational new film.
Join us at ICA London for three days of celluloid miracles, including films by Orson Welles and Agnés Varda.
From Commando to Conan, Terminator to Twins, we size up the cultural icon’s ample body of work.
Shortform cinema to thrill and inspire, as chosen by LWLies and Staffordshire University.
Our latest print issue offers a sweary salute to Martin McDonagh’s sensational latest.
Our latest creative brief is inspired by the Almeida Theatre’s upcoming play.
The actor, writer and filmmaker has shot a brilliantly bizarre short for the band TOYDRUM.
Daniel Day-Lewis plays a London dressmaker in the writer/director’s eighth feature.
Check out these ultra rare alternative poster designs, including notes from Stanley Kubrick.
Lost classics are restored and repackaged with deluxe online editions.
Rian Johnson’s eighth instalment of the world’s biggest movie franchise is almost upon us. And it looks like another good one…
The Kid Who Would Be King will be the British writer/director’s first film in seven years.
The writer/director of sleeper hit Ex Machina returns with a broader canvas and a clutch of A-listers.
Meditations on film by that master of the medium, Gordy LaSure.
Before Blade Runner 2049 hits cinemas, video essayist Luís Azevedo explores a complex existential question.
Watch the first trailer for the American writer/director’s upcoming comedy.
Our guide to every film version of the great American author’s work, ranked from worst to best.
This rural period epic set in America’s Deep South looks a serious Oscars contender.
Saoirse Ronan faces a quarter-life crisis in this semi-autobiographical debut.
Join us for this special screening of the teen movie to end all teen movies.
Films made by women make up a quarter of this year’s bumper programme.
Our latest print edition is a love letter to Luca Guadagnino’s scintillating summertime romance.
Luca Guadagnino’s Call My by Your Name and Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water are among the highlights of the 61st LFF.
The latest from In Bruges writer/director Martin McDonagh will cap off the 61st LFF.
The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) is the latest NY-set ensemble comedy from the director of Frances Ha.
We test the actor’s knowledge of ’90s movies – with one crucial twist...
Armando Iannucci’s Soviet-set satire is packed with comedic talent.
Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet star in Luca Guadagnino’s sun-kissed coming-of-ager.
Inspired by Dunkirk’s 70mm release, The Badlands Collective present a manifesto for saving celluloid.
Take a fishy first look at the director’s upcoming Cold War-era fairy tale.
This new video essay by Luís Azevedo explores one of the director’s major obsessions.
Christopher Nolan’s World War Two epic is screening big this summer.
Andy Serkis’ period drama has been chosen to kick off this year’s festival.
You can now literally step into Bill Murray’s shoes.
Kinji Fukasaku’s Doberman Cop is finally available on home video in the UK.
A Japanese ramen company has reimagined Hayao Miyazaki’s sky-high heroine.
Filmmaker Ian Mantgani has captured this cultural phenomenon in all its furry glory.
The King of Monsters will take on Mothra and Rodan in Michael Dougherty’s action sci-fi.
The cult director recalls a defining moment in his career in this exclusive clip from The Art Life.
New documentary Out of Thin Air features a double murder case that’s stranger than fiction.
Gary Oldman delivers a sensational turn in this biopic of the late playwright Joe Orton.
Alison Brie and Michael Stuhlbarg join upcoming drama The Papers.
‘Sofia Songs’ is released by Super Fan 99 Records to coincide with the release of The Beguiled.
Doug Liman’s latest plays the slick, sliver-tongued chancer story for laughs.
A sneak peek of how Kenneth Branagh has brought this classic Agatha Christie text to life once more.
Everyone’s favourite marmalade-loving bear in back in an all-new family adventure.
Daniel Craig, Channing Tatum and Adam Driver team up for Stephen Soderbergh’s heist caper.
Life’s a beach as we take a deep dive into Christopher Nolan’s wartime suspense saga.
The prophecy didn’t say anything about this!
The writer-stars of Mindhorn interview each other about their comic influences.
Weird and wonderful artwork for George Lucas’ original saga.
Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey duke it out in this trigger-happy fantasy western.
The veteran Hollywood actor answers questions on James Gunn’s superhero sequel.
The Japanese writer/director returns with a typically bittersweet family drama.
In this inaugural episode we chat Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, movie soundtracks and more.
Take a first look at the band’s new single ‘Right Now’.
Brad Pitt is set to reprise his lead role in the apocalyptic zombie saga.
Elle star Virginie Efira is playing a 17th-century Sister for the provocative Dutch director.
Incredible original designs created for Ridley Scott’s iconic sci-fi horror.
Claude Barras’ stop-motion gem is being released in both subtitled and dubbed versions.
David Lowery’s haunting drama is among the highlights of this year’s programme.
Eggsy is back with a shotgun-wielding Channing Tatum in-tow in Matthew Vaughn’s spy-spoofing sequel.
Federico Fellini’s third feature, about a petit female clown and her strongman sidekick, gets a 2K spit-shine.
On the life and work of the ethereal vocalist who helped bring David Lynch’s iconic show to life.
Luke Skywalker threatens the end of the Jedi in this teaser for Episode VIII.
But David Bowie’s Goblin King won’t be returning in the new version.
Take a first look at Chris Hemsworth, Cate Blanchett and ... Jeff Goldblum?!
The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki is the Finnish boxing rom-com you never knew you needed.
Rare shorts from 1917 to 1941 are now streaming in celebration of 100 years of anime.
Watch three truly disgusting clips from Greg McLean and James Gunn’s violent corporate satire.
Britt Robertson stars as Nasty Gal fashion mogul Sophia Amoruso.
Watch Ben Wheatley’s go-to prosthetic effects artist reveal the secrets of his craft.
This time it’s monkey business in the second sequel in this wildly popular rebooted franchise.
The all-action gaming heroine is back in a brand new Tomb Raider reboot.
“They said the age of heroes would never come again…” Well, her comes the trailer for yet another superhero movie.
Do not f*ck with Frances McDormand is the takeaway from this first look at Michael McDonagh’s latest.
This Record Store Day features the ultimate ’90s nostalgia trip.
From Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 to Wonder Woman, we preview the biggest new movies coming your way.
All you have to do is answers the following five questions...
But Rooney Mara is out of the director’s follow-up to Holy Motors.
Our ’90s countdown kicks off with movies from Tim Burton, David Lynch and Hayao Miyazaki.
Paul Thomas Anderson, Quentin Tarantino and Pedro Almodóvar make the cut in this part of our ’90s ranking.
Martin Scorsese, Claire Denis and Terrence Malick break into the Top 50 of our ’90s countdown.
Wes Anderson, Kathryn Bigelow and Wong Kar-wai feature in the final part of our ’90s ranking.
Here’s our full ’90s countdown at a glance. How many have you seen?
The appetite to hang out with Neo and the gang once more doesn’t appear to be that strong.
Check out these amazing entries to our latest design competition...
We pay homage to Ben Wheatley and his wild and wonderful shoot ’em up spectacular.
Beat-matched getaway antics are the subject of the director’s latest, which receives a toe-tappin’ first trailer.
Personal odes to some of the finest women directors from around the world.
Netflix Original show Dark looks set to be another addictive mystery drama.
This new detective series looks like another gripping detective thriller from the director.
Take a peek at writer/director David Michôd’s sly military satire.
The path to paradise begins in hell in Ridley Scott’s long-awaited sci-fi prequel.
The director’s Tilda Swinton-starring latest looks at the bond between man and animal.
A tiny teaser for David Ayer’s fantasy/cop flick hybrid has dropped.
The first feature from Japan’s Studio Ponoc bears all the hallmarks of Studio Ghibli.
Luxuriate in this early peek at one of the year’s true, hand-wrought originals.
The legendary Studio Ghibli director is reportedly working on a new feature-length project.
The Jackie and Under the Skin composer is involved in an ambitious project called The Unfilmables.
Take part in our latest creative brief as inspired by Olivier Assayas’ Personal Shopper.
Take an exclusive look at director Kleber Mendonça Filho’s upcoming drama.
See Baloo, Bagheera and co come to life via the latest computer animation technology.
The streaming service has bought the international rights to the directors’ long-gestating crime drama.
This early work from the French New Wave icon is a must-watch for cinephiles.
The painstaking process of recreating Grand Moff Tarkin has finally been revealed...
Watch Ryan Gosling and Rooney Mara roll and tumble in the director’s modern love story.
It is happening again.
Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon play the warring Hollywood icons in this FX drama.
The director of A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is back with a bang.
He joins Joaquin Phoenix and John C Reilly in the director’s adaptation of noir western ‘The Sisters Brothers’.
Bubbles will be a stop-motion animation in the style of Anomalisa.
The Danish director has teased his upcoming serial killer thriller.
The second season of Netflix’s hit show returns this coming Halloween.
Elle Fanning, Kirsten Dunst and Colin Farrell star in the director’s racy period remake.
The new film from Krisha director Trey Edward Shults looks scary as hell.
She plays a grieving celebrity assistant in Olivier Assayas’ upcoming mystery.
Eleven and co are back for the show’s return hotly-anticipated return.
We predict 20 titles that might just make an appearance at the world’s greatest film festival in May.
The iconic Spanish filmmaker will serve as President of the main competition jury for the first time.
Ian McShane and Ray Winstone star in this gritty-looking underdog story from Johnny Harris.
It’s now a possibility thanks to the 2017 Glasgow Film Festival.
The Game of Thrones star will voice a character in Nick Park’s upcoming claymation caper.
We’ve chosen the winners of our latest creative brief from your amazing entries.
‘The Wicked Die Young’ features tracks from Cliff Martinez and Sparks.
Ronja, the Robber’s Daughter will air on Amazon Prime later this month.
Ansel Elgort plays a hotshot getaway driver in the director’s new film.
This so-called ‘celluloid atrocity’ is coming to cinemas for the first time ever.
A comprehensive guide to the directing credits of this great American auteur, from Mean Streets to Hugo, Taxi Driver to Silence.
Say hello to your new favourite movie as we pay tribute to Maren Ade’s tragicomic masterpiece.
Songs from Damien Chazelle’s spellbinding musical are now available to stream online.
David Tennant is set to close out the 2017 festival in a biopic of the philosopher RD Laing.
Kick off 2017 by getting your artistic juices flowing with our latest creative brief.
New films from Ben Wheatley, Kelly Reichardt and Shane Carruth wrap up our bumper preview.
Must-see films coming your way over the next 12 months, featuring Claire Denis, Edgar Wright, Yorgos Lanthimos and more.
Our writers sort through the year’s best and worst movie moments – with a special mention to Shia LaBeouf.
The director has revealed early footage from his upcoming stop-motion feature.
Must-see series coming your way next year including Taboo, American Gods and Stranger Things.
Our annual rundown of the year’s finest new releases, featuring Paterson, Love & Friendship, Rogue One and more.
Charlie Granby considers how the arts community would be affected by Curzon Soho’s closure.
We want you to send us your own personalised version of our latest print cover.
Our writers pick their personal favourites in our end of year poll.
The surprise Marvel mega hit returns for more charmingly wacky intergalactic adventures.
Cecil Beaton’s stunning behind-the-scenes portraits are being exhibited by Sotheby’s.
Susan Sarandon gets her ’90s groove on in the band’s latest video.
Spread a little seasonal cheer with our essential guide to the best movie-themed gifts around.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets gets a trailer, and it looks like bubble gum sci-fi fun.
As the world is transformed into a sickening hellscape, the great and good of moviedom give their two cents.
Want to see this election cycle’s coolest deck of playing cards?
These beautiful, revealing posters highlight African-American culture’s contribution to cinema.
Take an exclusive look inside our latest print issue. Available now in a galaxy near you...
Tomáš Weinreb and Petr Kazda’s timely cautionary tale is coming to MUBI this November.
A new short documentary taps into cinema’s potential for presenting love in all its complex forms.
Two writers make their case for the most eccentric moment in the director’s career.
Leonardo DiCaprio exec produces this powerful documentary about Africa’s ivory trade.
The fun quotient appears to remain high in James Gunn's forthcoming comic book sequel.
Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg reteam for this decidedly low-key human drama.
The stripped-back short for band’s new single The Numbers’ features ‘Jonny, Thom and a CR78.
Director Mat Whitecross speaks to the former Oasis frontman about the band’s whirlwind early years.
The actor steps behind the camera for this 1950s set race relations drama.
A stellar female cast head-up this intriguing looking drama from writer/director Mike Mills.
The Selma director returns with a searing look at the history of racial injustice in the US.
LWLies editors David Jenkins and Adam Woodward discuss the merits of ‘The Daniel Radcliffe Farting Corpse Movie’.
The Aussie star plays an ex-con with revenge in his eyes in this Jean-Francois Richet’s lean action thriller.
A comprehensive rundown of veteran screen icon’s formidable work behind the lens.
This iconic two-screen cinema in the heart of London needs your support.
The writer/director’s follow-up to A Single Man is a dark thriller starring Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal.
Cinema's premiere pervert industrialist is back for some more softcore frottage in this forthcoming sequel.
The second season of Mr Robot explores the realities of digital assassination.
Brie Larson gets caught in the crossfire in this NSFW first look at the director’s period crime drama.
Four amazing animators have put their own spin on Laika’s stop-motion gem.
Noel and Liam Gallagher are up to their usual tricks in this feature-length Oasis documentary.
The capital’s biggest and best annual film jamberoo will be rolling into town on 5 October.
A comprehensive countdown of the great American writer/director’s complete filmography.
Amma Asante’s Apartheid era period drama is set to open the 60th BFI London Film Festival.
Barry Jenkins’ new film is set to premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.
The latest from the Spanish master is a complex, brilliantly made tale of estrangement and grief.
Visit one of seven secret locations across London to collect a free print of our new issue cover art. And more...
Saddle up with our epic Stetson-tip to Antoine Fuqua’s gritty western remake.
The writer/director’s Boston shoot ’em up will have its European premiere at the festival’s 60th edition.
Matt Damon defends mankind against mysterious forces in the most expensive Chinese movie of all time.
Uh-oh… the once-celebrated master of the final act twist takes on split personalities with the help of James McAvoy.
Renton, Sick Boy, Spud and Begbie are back, and possibly not all that much older and wiser.
Check out this selection of upcoming cinematic treasures we’re excited to see over the next six months.
Geena Davis, Greta Gerwig and Emily Blunt step up to the plate in the final part of our toast to women in comedy.
Big hitters, bridesmaids and women on the verge of a nervous breakdown make the cut in this penultimate segment.
Our comedic rundown continues with a promiscuous band camp geek and an ageless Old Hollywood icon.
Thora Birch, Tilda Swinton and Whoopi Goldberg feature in the second part of our tribute to funny film women.
A tribute to some of the most memorable comic turns from women actors, featuring an immortal Meryl Streep.
Director Filippo Capuzzi Lapietra has created a charming tribute for the festival’s 2016 edition.
Watch Ryan Gosling serenade Emma Stone in the first look at the director’s follow-up to Whiplash.
Twelve writers pin their colours to the tentpole in our survey of the best summer movies of the modern era.
Three archive gems by the Taviani brothers are unearthed to receive the deluxe digital treatment.
We’re looking for 52 talented illustrators to respond to a creative brief inspired by the hit show.
Dean Rogers’ ‘Death Drive’ reveals the spots movie stars and other figures were killed.
With disabled performers being pushed further into the background, three actors speak frankly about what’s really going on.
Models Elena and Manuela Lazic use their insider experience to take a closer look at Nicolas Winding Refn’s LA fantasy.
The director’s candle-lit opus is returning to cinemas in time for its 40th anniversary.
The writer/director has recruited grime artist Stormzy for the final instalment in his urban crime saga.
Photographer Julia Solis has travelled North America capturing haunting remnants of cinema’s past.
Gorgeous original artwork spanning three decades of the iconic animation studio.
Enter our competition to mark the release of When Marnie Was There and the Studio Ghibli Forever season.
Fancy seeing Nicolas Winding Refn’s new film a month before it hits cinemas? Read on...
Find out who scored the silverware as this year’s festival comes to a close.
Sarah Walters provides the literary source for the Korean maestro’s Cannes-bound latest.
Elle Fanning sheds her squeaky clean image for Nicolas Winding Refn’s beautiful dark twisted fantasy.
Take an exclusive first look at the upcoming British psycho-thriller starring Tom Sturridge.
Watch Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart fall in love in the director’s Cannes-bound period comedy.
Matt Damon is back and looking for answers in this high-octane franchise jumpstart.
Denzel Washington seeks righteousness and takes revenge in Antoine Fuqua’s star-studded remake.
Take an exclusive look at the ace companion piece to Stephen Fingleton’s dystopian sci-fi.
Some of the world’s leading documentarians take the pulse of an ever-changing artistic medium.
Jeff Nichols’ stellar sci-fi parable draws inspiration from John Carpenter’s 1984 film.
See Studio Ghibli’s latest gem ahead of a full retrospective of the cherished Japanese animation house.
Elle Fanning takes to the catwalk in this blood-and-glitter spattered modelling industry satire.
Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg star in the writer/director’s upcoming period romance.
High-Rise, Green Room and a Late Night David Bowie Disco all feature on the LWLies Cinedrome bill.
MUBI presents a screening of 1959’s Shadows, followed by a panel discussion on the director his work.
Sebastián Silva and Kristen Wiig star in the year’s freshest and most progressive comedy-drama.
The Japanese director’s typically sweet-centred new film arrives in the UK next month.
This new video from our sister publication Huck magazine shows that you don’t need waves to surf.
Check out the latest teaser for the director’s upcoming masterwork starring Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett and Natalie Portman.
Eva Green stars as the title character in Tim Burton’s long-awaited adaptation of the Ransom Riggs’ novel.
Jerry Lewis’ classic 1961 comedy provided inspiration for the Coen brothers’ peek inside the Hollywood machine.
Enter the magical, mysterious world of Portuguese director Miguel Gomes’ three-part masterpiece.
A new Vincent Van Gogh biopic comprises 56,000 hand-drawn paintings by 100 different artists.
See who our resident feline soothsayer is tipping for glory at the 88th Academy Awards this weekend.
New lyrical short surf film Rhymes With Shove pairs underwater footage from the Maldives with a stirring poem about lost love.
Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander play inadvertent adoptees in the Blue Valentine director’s latest.
The Selma director is in talks to direct a major new adaptation of ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ for the studio.
Celebrate the release of Hail, Caesar! by picking up one of our limited edition gig poster inspired artworks.
Explore the filmmaking process from script to screen for free online courtesy of the NFTS and BFI Film Academy.
The results of our recent creative brief, inspired by Luca Guadagnino’s new film, are in...
Find out which classic ’70s Dustin Hoffman crime drama left a lasting impression on the British star.
The Italian writer/director has selected his favourite Tilda Swinton portrait from over 70 of your entries.
If you trust trailers, then this one confirms that Spain’s finest director has returned to doing what he does best.
From Blood Simple to Hail, Caesar! – test your knowledge on the movies of these modern masters.
Watch vlogger Clarisse Loughrey give her verdict on Paolo Sorrentino’s bittersweet study of ageing and grief.
From John Schlesinger to Edward Yang, here’s the concluding part of our guide to the best last movies ever.
From Joseph L Mankiewicz to Eric Rohmer, check out the penultimate batch from our rundown of memorable last movies.
From Yilmaz Güney to John Huston, read part two of our essential guide to the last films by famous directors.
An alphabetic index of the most marvellous and memorable final movies from famous directors.
Two avid comic book readers make the case for and against the latest addition to Marvel’s crowded roster.
Inspired by Huck’s latest short film, here are our all-time favourite moments where a shark chews more than the scenery.
A previously lost film provides a fascinating insight into the actor’s unorthodox creative process.
Get your work seen by director Luca Guadagnino ahead of the release of his sumptuous new film.
If you liked The Hateful Eight you’ll love Sergio Corbucci’s 1968 film that inspired it.
The director’s new film about the life of Emily Dickinson will receive a Special Gala screening.
The chamber-pop outfit have collaborated with the Clermont-Ferrand International Film Society for ‘The Waiting Room’.
Join us for a discussion on cinematic swansongs and a screening of John Hughes’ final film.
Patrick Stewart plays a skinhead punk bar proprietor in writer/director Jeremy Saulnier’s latest.
The Curzon Soho staff have taken to hardcore swearing as a way to fight off land developers threatening the cinema.
This new video by KAYAK.co.uk and Motherboard suggests there just might be.
The Italian writer/director’s meditative and melodious drama hits UK cinemas on 29 January.
Take a look inside our latest print edition in which we meet British screen icon Michael Caine.
Check out the full list of our contributors’ top 10 films of the decade and leave yours in the comments below.
Paul Thomas Anderson, the Coen brothers, Mia Hansen-Løve? Find out who made top spot in our giant mid-decade survey.
Before you get stuck into another bumper year of new releases, check out these great movies you might have missed.
The Danish actor plays a disgraced solider in the brilliant new film from Tobias Lindholm.
New films from the Coen brothers, Andrea Arnold, Paul Verhoeven, plus loads more coming your way over the next 12 months.
From Michael Caine conducting to a cartoon sausage, check out which releases are hot on our radar for the year ahead.
Golden boy Eddie Redmayne plays Newt Scamander in this hotly-anticipated Harry Potter spin-off.
Taron Egerton stars as the cult ski-jumping figure in this uplifting underdog story.
It’s all aboard the Starship Enterprise as Kirk and co embark on another action-packed deep space mission.
It’s the end of the world as we know, unless those plucky mutant heroes can save the day once more...
The beefed-up Swedish actor and Margot Robbie go wild in the jungle in this colonial adventure.
Another Steven Spielberg film peeks over the horizon as Bridge of Spies can still be seen in the rear-view.
The full gallery of entries to our recent creative brief – as inspired by Todd Haynes’ film – is now up.
The director picked his favourite Cate Blanchett portraits from your amazing entries.
This video by KAYAK.co.uk and Motherboard asks whether space is within reach of the common man.
Hou Hsiao-Hsien’s martial arts period piece promises to be one of the best films of 2016.
The actress plays a gunslinging mother who takes on a gang in this gritty revenge western.
The longtime collaborators will team up on a stop-motion animation in the vein of Fantastic Mr Fox.
Find out by joining the author of ‘Facing Blackness’ for a special screening of the director’s 2000 film.
Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe partner up in Shane Black’s raucous ’70s crime comedy.
Joel and Ethan Coen’s will have its world premiere at the Berlinale on 11 February.
From Mad Max to Sunset Song, find out what came out on top in our annual countdown of the year’s best releases.
It’s Bruce Wayne versus Clark Kent in this latest look Zack Snyder’s comic book bonanza.
Brie Larson and newcomer Jacob Tremblay play a shut-in mother and son in this serious awards contender.
Inspired by Todd Haynes’ Carol, explore our potted history of great films that depict gay lives on screen.
Meet the resident Da Vinci who turns candy into art at California’s notorious San Quentin penitentiary.
Talking animals in an animated feature? Whatever next…
The brilliant new film by Steven Spielberg talks universally about the nature of war and diplomacy.
The actor loses his cool in a newly released deleted scene from Alex Ross Perry’s Listen Up Philip.
Michael Shannon plays a desperate father on the run in Jeff Nichols’ upcoming supernatural thriller.
The Bridesmaids and Spy star is all about that bread in Ben Falcone’s R-rated comedy.
A feel-good football comedy and a Patagonian road movie are among the highlights of this year’s programme.
Take part in our creative brief as inspired by Todd Haynes’ romantic masterpiece.
Ten gift ideas guaranteed to get people talking this holiday season.
A special restoration of this classic British thriller from 1948 is being released.
Agyness Deyn shimmers in the first trailer for Terence Davies’ latest cinematic marvel.
A jaunt to the Finnish countryside allows for a meeting with daredevil freediver Antero Joki.
Jeremy Warmsley’s atmospheric original score is now available for digital download.
Jaws? E.T.? Raiders? Close Encounters? Find out what we’ve put in the number one spot...
John “Lawless” Hillcoat returns with a stylish ensemble heist movie, and Russian Kate Winslet.
Twelve years on from Finding Nemo, Disney-Pixar have a new tale of oceanic self-discovery.
We take stock of the (almost) complete oeuvre of one of modern cinema’s true masters.
Prepare to be astounded by Guy Maddin and Evan Johnson’s cinematic seance.
Pick up our latest issue and fall in love with Todd Haynes’ breathtaking period romance.
See Sebastian Schipper’s one-shot crime drama six months before it hits cinemas.
Ben Whishaw and Naomie Harris test their knowledge on the cinema of the Spectre and Skyfall director.
From Cabaret to Touki Bouki, here are 10 more great films that deal with queer themes.
How close are the movies to the realities of a mechanised future? KAYAK and Motherboard investigate.
Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara star in Todd Haynes’ enchanting romance.
Pick up a limited edition artwork inspired by the Crimson Peak writer/director.
The director discusses how created the look and feel of his haunting Gothic romance.
The actor is appearing in his very own seasonal special courtesy of Netflix.
Christine Blundell takes us inside her London academy.
The stars reveal what it was like working on Guillermo del Toro’s Gothic romance.
The Coens are back and have brought every one of their celebrity pals with them.
The Force Awakens actor tells LWLies what it was like working with JJ Abrams.
Tilda Swinton and Ralph Fiennes smoulder in this sun-kissed Sicilian drama.
Plots details and bear savagings abound in Alejandro González Iñárritu’s revenge saga.
From Bottle Rocket to The Grand Budapest Hotel, we rank the American director’s nine features.
Take a look around Bar Luce, as imagined by the idiosyncratic writer/director.
Andrew Ainsworth reveals how he created a Star Wars icon from his west London workshop in the latest episode of our Artifacts series.
Sammy Sheldon Differ also shows off Russell Crowe’s sword.
The French director has lined up the young British actor for her upcoming sci-fi feature.
Signe Baumane describes her journey from a Soviet mental hospital to director of animated feature, Rocks in my Pockets.
An octet of outlaws assemble for Quentin Tarantino’s eighth feature.
The director of The Duke of Burgundy recalls finding solace in one of London’s most famous art-house cinemas.
Ava DuVernay, Josephine Decker and Mia Hansen-Løve feature in the final part of our celebration of women filmmakers.
The Brits are out in force in the ninth segment of our massive celebration of women who make movies.
Golden Bear-winning drama from Peru and Essex social realism star in this part of our female filmmaker compendium.
Miracles and mutilation feature in this part of our survey of great works directed by women.
Riding whales, Huey Lewis and cannibalism crop up in the sixth part of our epic countdown.
Tilda Swinton, Jodie Foster and Adam Sandler all feature in this segment of our epic movie countdown.
From Agnès Varda to Nancy Savoca, here are 10 more must-see films from our female director countdown.
Read part three of our epic countdown of the greatest works by female luminaries.
Wanda and India Song feature in part two of our celebration of women filmmakers.
Read part one of our countdown celebrating the greatest female artists in the film industry.
Our staff writers pick their personal favourites from this year’s festival.
The veteran British filmmaker looks set to get political with his latest project.
British DoP Barry Ackroyd shares his most trusted tools of his trade.
Jeremy Thomas invites us to rummage around his trinket-littered office.