Steve McQueen, Wes Anderson and Im Sang-soo were all set to compete at this year’s festival.
Aya and the Witch tells the story of the smartest girl in the world and her hex-casting companion.
By Luís Azevedo
Dissecting the slapstick and dramatic elements of the South Korean filmmaker’s Oscar-winning satire.
By Adam Scovell
John Huston’s heist classic, starring Sterling Hayden and Marilyn Monroe, emphasised the grittiness of the postwar era.
By Adam Scovell
Visiting the scene of the director’s penultimate thriller, set in a bygone Covent Garden.
Christina Newland takes solace in Martin Scorsese’s brutally violent, blackly comic mob classic.
In the unrealised A Topiary, humankind discovers how to 3D-print organic matter.
Surviving the perils of flying creatively solo is tough. In the fourth instalment of a new series supporting artists through the new normal, Laurène Boglio observes the world’s subtle shifts.
The director has been processing the pandemic through the lens of classic cinema.
Fan art inspired by Greta Gerwig’s film, created for our latest design competition.
We Are One collects over 100 submissions from Berlin, Cannes and BFI London Film Festival.
Watch Saoirse Ronan, Timothée Chalamet and co frolic in the Massachusetts countryside.
David Squires takes stock of the latest COVID-19 guidance, and whether it’s safe to leave the bunker...
By Anton Bitel
Christian Duguay’s Screamers, starring RoboCop’s Peter Weller, was originally conceived back in 1981.
And that’s the earliest projected date, according to a report from the Independent Cinema Office.
Screen Anime will allow fans to discover more of Japan’s animation output, offering a wide range of films new and old.
Access an exclusive virtual preview of the Rock Against Racism film, in association with All Points East.