Features

We need to talk about Caleb Landry Jones’ debut LP

By Charles Bramesco

The reputable character actor is ready to jam out, Frank Zappa-style.

Adèle Haenel and Noémie Merlant on Portrait of a Lady on Fire

By Elena Lazic

The co-stars of Céline Sciamma’s sumptuous period romance discuss the intimate – and political – nature of the film.

Anya Taylor-Joy and Johnny Flynn had a “corsetgasm” on the set of Emma

By Stefan Pape

The co-stars describe getting into character for Autumn de Wilde’s new period comedy.

Rick Moranis is coming out of retirement for a Honey, I Shrunk the Kids sequel

By Charles Bramesco

He’s set to star alongside Josh Gad in a belated follow-up to the beloved ’80s sci-fi comedy.

Dev Patel is on fire in the first trailer for The Green Knight

By Charles Bramesco

The British star plays Sir Gawain in director David Lowery’s latest, from the A24 stable.

Watch the first trailer for Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch

By Charles Bramesco

The story of a French newspaper's post-WWII operation goes heavy on whimsy.

Ava DuVernay will honour Nipsey Hussle in a new documentary

By Charles Bramesco

The rapper, who was assassinated one year ago, is the subject of the director’s upcoming Netflix film.

With Parasite’s big night, Oscar’s world gets a little bigger

By Charles Bramesco

The “local” awards ceremony reflects an industry inching towards globalization.

Where 1990’s The Handmaid’s Tale went horribly wrong

By Brian Thompson

This largely forgotten adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s novel fatally misunderstands the female perspective.

At long last, you can now disable Netflix’s autoplay feature

By Charles Bramesco

The streaming giant has moved to bring an end to those annoying automatic previews.

Reimagining the last 20 years of Best Picture winners

By Little White Lies

A new poster exhibition in London celebrates two decades of Academy Award-winning movies.

The Saw franchise draws new blood with the Spiral trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Chris Rock and Samuel L Jackson as beat cops? We’re listening...

Everything we know about Christopher Nolan’s Tenet

By Charles Bramesco

All the latest intel on the director’s forthcoming sci-fi blockbuster, starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson.

A real-life lighthouse keeper breaks down The Lighthouse

By Adam Woodward

Chris Foulds, who worked on 32 lighthouses between 1971-1989, gives his thoughts on Robert Eggers’ maritime odyssey.

Bong Joon-ho: ‘There is no bunker in my house’

By Prahlad Srihari

The South Korean master dissects his deliciously dark capitalist satire, Parasite.

What makes a great coming-of-age movie?

By Little White Lies

Keith Behrman, the writer/director of Giant Little Ones, discusses the intricacies of this time-honoured genre.

Watch: A Beginner’s Guide to Bong Joon-ho

By Will Webb

To celebrate the release of Parasite, check out this video primer to South Korea’s finest cinematic export.

Only Yesterday is a masterful reflection on youth’s impermanence

By Kambole Campbell

With the release of Studio Ghibli’s back catalogue on Netflix, we look back at one of their unsung greats.

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