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Come to this exhibition inspired by hand-painted Bollywood

By D'Arcy Doran

Philippe Lopez’s street photography looks at how Bollywood shapes India’s kaleidoscopic cities.

The End of the F***ing World returns with fresh faces and new twists

By Emma Fraser

British star Naomi Ackie joins Jessica Barden for the second season of the dark teen comedy.

Ridley Scott and Lady Gaga team up for Gucci murder thriller

By Charles Bramesco

The pop star is returning to the silver screen for a true-crime retelling of Maurizio Gucci’s assassination.

How Jacques Demy reimagined the Hollywood musical

By Adam Scovell

With The Young Girls of Rochefort, the French director created something wondrously original.

Old episodes of Friends are there (in cinemas) for you

By Charles Bramesco

Reruns of the popular ’90s sitcom will soon be screened in movie theaters.

The Academy is getting into streaming – and that could be good news

By Charles Bramesco

Awards screeners will be available to view online, drastically changing the physics of voting.

The star of A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 is reclaiming the film’s queerness

By Thomas Hobbs

Mark Patton opens up about his experiences as the first ever male scream queen.

On Location: The church ruins from The Blood on Satan’s Claw

By Adam Scovell

Adam Scovell visits the scene of one of the most disturbing moments in the history of British horror cinema.

Do Netflix’s varied playback speeds pose a threat to filmmakers?

By Charles Bramesco

Brad Bird and Judd Apatow have spoken out against the streaming giant’s latest experiment.

Oscar Isaac will star in Paul Schrader’s next movie

By Charles Bramesco

The writer/director is prepping The Card Counter, a tale of gambling and revenge.

How the UK Jewish Film Festival expanded out east

By Hannah Woodhead

We meet UKJFF Head Programmer Nir Cohen who explains how he plans to reach new audiences.

Check out the new international poster for Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite

By Charles Bramesco

The latest promotional artwork for the South Korean master’s riotous domestic comedy is a thing of beauty.

Aaron Sorkin readies his Chicago 7 movie with a starry cast

By Charles Bramesco

Michael Keaton and William Hurt are the latest additions to the courtroom drama.

BoJack Horseman Season 6 offers a painfully real perspective on time

By Roxanne Sancto

The show’s final season finds our equine protagonist in a self-reflective mood.

Is An American Werewolf in London a love story?

By Anton Bitel

Romance, tragedy and horror combine to potent effect in director John Landis’ iconic 1981 feature.

The Report and cinema’s changing attitude to on-screen torture

By Prahlad Srihari

Scott Z Burns’ docudrama exposes some hard truths about the CIA’s anti-terrorism tactics.

In praise of Natalie Portman’s women in power

By Emily Gett

From Senator Padmé to Jacqueline Kennedy, the actor has always relished playing complex, self-empowered characters.

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