BlacKkKlansman is the latest ‘Spike Lee Joint’ to feature a powerful, thought-provoking epilogue.
By Matt Turner
Steven Eastwood’s Island follows four terminally ill people across the final year of their lives.
By Katie Goh
This overlooked classic pioneered an entire subgenre of films about women living in the big city.
A smorgasbord of international cinematic treasures was on offer at this year's festival.
By Robert Blair
With the rights to the property having reverted back to series creator Frank Miller, we could be set for a return to Basin City.
By Luís Azevedo
Luís Azevedo serves up some of the strangest and more stomach-turning food moments in cinema history.
By James Clarke
Walter Hill’s under-appreciated historical drama reminds us how powerful Hollywood cinema can be.
By Adam Scovell
The British filmmaking pair’s 1948 masterpiece is an elegant ballet of myth and fairy tale.
It may look like your average YA fodder, but there’s something sinister lurking beneath the surface of this supernatural drama.
Our complex relationship with technology came under the spotlight at this year’s festival.
This messy, invariably entertaining cinematic staple can represent anarchy, revenge and sexual release.
By Chloe Smith
Ben Lewin’s 2017 film allowed me to better understand my condition and myself.
By Matt Thrift
Some of the strongest emerging voices in world cinema took centre stage at the Polish festival’s 18th edition.
Hugh Gibson’s 2016 documentary is a sensitive and important portrait of addicts in Toronto.
Kim Dong-won’s rare 2003 film Repatriation plays at the 2018 London Korean Film Festival.
The director of Sundance hit Hearts Beat Loud talks about his favourite bands, Stephen Sondheim, and provides an impassioned defence of compilation soundtracks.
We’ve teamed up with the director of Drive and The Neon Demon to bring weird cinema to the masses.