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Les Misérables – first look review

By Elena Lazic

Ladj Ly’s gritty portrait of suburban Paris tips its hat to La Haine and Do the Right Thing.

Deerskin – first look review

By Ella Kemp

Jean Dujardin is dressed to kill in director Quentin Dupieux’s pitch-black sartorial satire.

Bacarau – first look review

By Charles Bramesco

In a secluded Brazilian village, tradition and modernity collide with bizarre, hyperviolent results.

The Dead Don’t Die – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Jim Jarmusch takes aim at the ills of capitalism in this star-studded smalltown zombie comedy.

The sex appeal of Harvey Keitel

By Justine Smith

The actor has always been willing to bare all for a role, but no one has captured his erotic charisma better than Jane Campion.

Discover the punkish energy of manga-inspired coming of ager

By Anton Bitel

Toshiaki Toyoda’s Blue Spring perfectly captures the fleeting excitement of youth.

An occultist’s guide to David Lynch’s Blue Velvet

By Daisy Phillipson

Exploring the suggestive imagery and symbolic language in the director’s 1986 cult favourite.

Going to Graceland – Revisiting Mystery Train at 30

By William Carroll

Jim Jarmusch’s 1989 film is a melodic ode to an America of drifters, tourists and lonesome wanderers.

Evil isn’t clowning around in the It Chapter Two trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The grown-up cast includes Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy and Bill Hader.

Ana Lily Amirpour is remaking Cliffhanger with Jason Momoa

By Charles Bramesco

He’ll play second banana to a female lead this update of the 1993 Sylvester Stallone vehicle.

Josephine Decker: ‘I was afraid of showing mental illness on screen’

By Hannah Woodhead

The emotional collateral of acting is the subject of Madeline’s Madeline, a unique new film by this exciting writer/director.

Newly restored collection of British Victorian film brings history to life

By Adam Woodward

The BFI’s vast archive of early cinema is available to watch online for free.

Whole Lotta Love: A Led Zeppelin documentary is coming your way

By Charles Bramesco

A feature-length look one of the greatest bands in rock history is heading to the Cannes market.

Claire Denis: ‘Robert wrote to me saying that he never expected me to be such a punk’

By David Jenkins

A journey through the wondrous and terrifying cinematic cosmos of the High Life director.

Death comes to China in The Farewell’s first trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Awkwafina gives a moving performance in the Sundance breakout.

Portrait of Jennie remains one of Hollywood’s strangest melodramas

By Gem Wheeler

William Dieterle’s 1948 film is an enthralling meditation on memory, loss and transformative power of art.

Sylvester Stallone is remaking a South Korean gangster epic

By Charles Bramesco

The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil is coming to America.

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