By Ed Gibbs
This multi-sensory look at David Bowie’s life and career is an all-consuming affair that explores and safeguards the man’s legacy.
By Shelby Cooke
Films like Velvet Goldmine and Stardust will only ever succeed at projecting a fictionalised version of the Star Man.
By Tom Graham
Nagisa Ôshima’s World War Two-era drama is strange seasonal tale.
With Dale Cooper’s situation becoming clearer, our attentions turn to Phillip Jeffries and an unexpected trip to South America.
By Eve Watling
Seek out these great musical portraits, featuring David Bowie, Lil Wayne and Leonard Cohen.
But David Bowie’s Goblin King won’t be returning in the new version.
By Tom Williams
The LSFF returns with an impressive and occasionally surprising line-up...
A stunning 4K restoration of Nic Roeg’s classic sci-fi, in which David Bowie hits stellar heights.
Cinematographer Tony Richmond discusses the making of Nicolas Roeg’s 1977 sci-fi opus.
By Taryn McCabe
So much about this cult fantasy endures, from its use of practical effects to David Bowie’s captivating performance.
From Black Swan to High-Rise, the British composer reveals how he approaches making music for the movies.
The sad passing of this rock deity at the age of 69 has got us thinking about his greatest screen work.