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In praise of Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence: David Bowie’s festive oddity

By Tom Graham

Nagisa Ôshima’s World War Two-era drama is strange seasonal tale.

Twin Peaks season 3 decoder: Buenos Aires

By Martyn Conterio

With Dale Cooper’s situation becoming clearer, our attentions turn to Phillip Jeffries and an unexpected trip to South America.

10 lesser-known music docs you should watch

By Eve Watling

Seek out these great musical portraits, featuring David Bowie, Lil Wayne and Leonard Cohen.

Jim Henson’s Labyrinth is getting a sequel

By Little White Lies

But David Bowie’s Goblin King won’t be returning in the new version.

Five things to see at the London Short Film Festival 2017

By Tom Williams

The LSFF returns with an impressive and occasionally surprising line-up...

The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976)

By David Jenkins

A stunning 4K restoration of Nic Roeg’s classic sci-fi, in which David Bowie hits stellar heights.

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Gallery: on the set of The Man Who Fell to Earth

By David Jenkins

Cinematographer Tony Richmond discusses the making of Nicolas Roeg’s 1977 sci-fi opus.

The spellbinding legacy of Jim Henson’s Labyrinth

By Taryn McCabe

So much about this cult fantasy endures, from its use of practical effects to David Bowie’s captivating performance.

Clint Mansell tells the story behind his favourite film scores

By Daniel Dylan Wray

From Black Swan to High-Rise, the British composer reveals how he approaches making music for the movies.

RIP David Bowie – In praise of The Man Who Fell to Earth

By David Jenkins

The sad passing of this rock deity at the age of 69 has got us thinking about his greatest screen work.

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