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Barry Jenkins hits the small screen with The Underground Railroad trailer

By Charles Bramesco

In the director’s ambitious Amazon miniseries, the network for escaped slaves takes on a more literal form.

Jim Jarmusch has directed a new short film for Saint Laurent

By Charles Bramesco

Julianne Moore, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and Indya Moore appear in the nine-minute experiment.

Discover this medieval monster movie inspired by Army of Darkness

By Anton Bitel

Jordan Downey’s fantasy revenge horror The Head Hunter pays homage to Sami Raimi’s Evil Dead series.

Zack Snyder unleashes zombie chaos in the Army of the Dead trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Dave Batuista leads the crack squad of criminals boosting Las Vegas amidst waves of the undead.

A new film explores what it means to be queer in Kenya today

By Yassine Senghor

Director Peter Murimi discusses capturing the experience of a young gay man in I Am Samuel.

Carey Mulligan: ‘Women have been having these conversations for millennia’

By Hannah Strong

Carey Mulligan is into taking risks, and her role as Cassie Thomas might just be her biggest one yet.

Discover the fast-paced thrills of this hard-boiled Euro crime drama

By Anton Bitel

Based on real events, Sergio Martino’s Silent Action from 1975 is as cynical as it is uncompromising.

Why shouldn’t Black British actors play Americans?

By Silva Chege

Criticism of Daniel Kaluuya’s role in Judas and the Black Messiah only serves to divide the diaspora.

The Lure director sets English-language debut with Silent Twins

By Charles Bramesco

In Agnieszka Smoczyńska’s latest, Letitia Wright and Tamara Lawrance play sisters with an unusual bond.

Angelina Jolie fights fires in the trailer for Those Who Wish Me Dead

By Charles Bramesco

She ventures into the wilds of Montana for writer/director Taylor Sheridan’s latest neo-western.

Is the fate of UK film being determined by an algorithm?

By Daisy Bata

Our investigation into the government’s Culture Recovery Fund has found evidence of automated cultural elitism.

Andrew Garfield has an internet-age rise and fall in the Mainstream trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Maya Hawke and Nat Wolff also star in Gia Coppola’s upcoming social media satire.

20 years on, Josie and the Pussycats sharpens its claws

By Annie Lyons

The cult classic forgoes subtlety and delivers its anti-consumerist message with on-the-nose camp.

The Soviet version of The Lord of the Rings has been unearthed at last

By Charles Bramesco

Russian-language remake Khraniteli is right there on YouTube, for curious hobbits’ viewing.

Discover the film that brought together two of horror’s greatest stars

By Anton Bitel

The Black Cat was the first of six Universal pictures to star Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi.

Why I love Kate Winslet’s performance in Heavenly Creatures

By Orla Smith

Her breakthrough role in Peter Jackson’s 1994 drama instantly set the stage for her movie stardom.

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