By Gem Wheeler
William Dieterle’s 1948 film is an enthralling meditation on memory, loss and transformative power of art.
The 41st Academy Awards went ahead without a host, and signalled the transition from Old to New Hollywood.
In an age of increasingly familiar extended universes, individual films simply don’t have the same cultural impact as they did 20 years ago.
By Abbey Bender
She exudes sassy femininity in this classic musical comedy.
Underachieving rather than awful, Alex Proyas’ cornball, CG-driven adventure is tiresomely mad.
Films like Gods of Egypt and the #RumiWasntWhite backlash speak volumes about Hollywood’s whitewashing culture.
Social media campaigns like #LGBTSuperheroes are exposing the movie industry’s worrying lack of diversity.
By Sarah Jilani
Studios are being recruited to help combat IS, yet winning over those vulnerable to radicalisation requires a new narrative.