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Anne Hathaway gets political in the trailer for Dee Rees’ latest

By Charles Bramesco

The Last Thing He Wanted will open at Sundance before hitting Netflix.

Parasite will return to theaters in a new black-and-white version

By Charles Bramesco

Bong Joon-ho has prepared a monochrome edit of his award-winning comedy-thriller.

RIP Terry Jones – In praise of Mr Creosote and The Meaning of Life

By David Jenkins

An ode to perhaps the greatest gross-out set-piece ever committed to film.

The Elephant Man is returning to cinemas in a new 4K restoration

By Charles Bramesco

David Lynch’s award-winning vision of alienation has never looked better.

Dev Patel: ‘Dickens’ stories are always going to be relevant’

By Hannah Woodhead

The star of The Personal History of David Copperfield on his love of acting and his move into directing.

David Lynch grills a monkey in a new short on Netflix

By Charles Bramesco

It’s your basic hard-boiled cop interrogation, except with a primate and an experimental master.

Most of Studio Ghibli’s back catalogue is coming to Netflix

By Hannah Woodhead

Rejoice, Totoro fans: 21 of the Japanese animation studio’s feature films are headed your way.

Why I love Carole Lombard’s performance in No Man of Her Own

By Lauren Pinnington

Alongside her future partner, Clark Gable, this 1932 romantic comedy established Lombard as a bona fide movie star.

How His Girl Friday redefined the screwball comedy

By Adam Scovell

Howard Hawks’ 1940 film remains one of Hollywood’s finest and most radical comedies.

‘When people came to Rome, they only wanted to meet the Pope and Fellini’

By Matt Thrift

Fiammetta Profili reflects on her time working with Federico Fellini during his final decade.

Bait director Mark Jenkin is preparing his next feature

By Charles Bramesco

Enys Men is being billed as an “eco-sophical horror”, and begins shooting in Cornwall in May.

Roland Emmerich wants to crash the Moon into the Earth

By Charles Bramesco

The director’s next project will be a disaster movie of celestial proportions.

Spike Jonze’s Beastie Boys documentary is set for release this spring

By Charles Bramesco

The much-anticipated film covers 40 years of fighting for the right to party.

Quentin Tarantino will direct the Bounty Law episodes he wrote for OUATIH

By Charles Bramesco

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is getting its very own Jake Cahill-themed spin-off.

The French Dispatch sounds like Wes Anderson’s biggest movie yet

By Charles Bramesco

It’s not four-hours long, but the director’s latest is shaping up to be something major.

Kelvin Harrison Jr: ‘Black people are beaten down before we’re celebrated’

By Benjamin Akpan

The rising star of Luce and Waves talks subverting expectations and stereotypes of black masculinity.

What can we expect from President Spike Lee at Cannes 2020?

By Charles Bramesco

Brooklyn’s finest will head up the competition jury when the festival returns for its 73rd edition.

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