Filmmakers like Christopher Nolan and Alex Garland are stoking our curiosity and critical thinking, but they’re in the minority.
The Irish rising star talks American Animals, shoplifting and how playing a certain type of character can lead to having weird dreams on set.
After an unpredictable summer movie season, original stories are suddenly back in demand.
In an age of increasingly familiar extended universes, individual films simply don’t have the same cultural impact as they did 20 years ago.
Inspired by Dunkirk’s 70mm release, The Badlands Collective present a manifesto for saving celluloid.
By Mark Allison
Stories of combat and derring-do were once common on our screens. What does their decline reveal about our national identity?
Christopher Nolan’s breathtaking historical opus attempts to give the viewer a taste of what war actually feels like.
By Tom Williams
This moody monochrome thriller from 1998 is an immaculately crafted tale of crime and obsession.
This new video essay by Luís Azevedo explores one of the director’s major obsessions.
The director’s atmospheric 2002 film makes the most of its remote setting.
The Dunkirk director reveals the challenges of transforming documented reality into an experience fit for the multiplex.
Christopher Nolan’s World War Two epic is screening big this summer.
The ensemble cast talk exclusively about their challenging roles in the upcoming war drama.
Life’s a beach as we take a deep dive into Christopher Nolan’s wartime suspense saga.
By Amy Bowker
The Dunkirk director is rumoured to be next in line to helm the 007 franchise.
Wes Anderson, Sofia Coppola and Christopher Nolan feature in this amazing crop of short works.
By Henry Bevan
Christopher Nolan’s film tells of a unqualified maniac who ruthlessly exploits a crumbling establishment.