Jim Jarmusch

Can cinema teach us the true value of human communication?

By Alex Denney

Films like Arrival and Paterson have plenty to say about the importance of learning how to listen.

Paterson

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

One of 2016’s finest pulls up just before the year ends, and Adam Driver is sat smiling at the wheel.

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Jim Jarmusch: ‘The spirit of punk is even more valuable now than ever’

By Zach Lewis

The indie idol discusses Paterson, the musicality of movies and how Man Ray made films for his band to play along to.

Gimme Danger

By Josh Slater-Williams

Jim Jarmusch lauds The Stooges, the greatest rock ’n’ roll band that ever lived.

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Paterson – first look review

By David Jenkins

Another stunner from Jim Jarmusch starring Adam Driver as a bus driver who pines for a life of poetry.

The strange beauty of Neil Young’s Dead Man soundtrack

By Alex Chambers

Director Jim Jarmusch found the perfect creative kindred spirit for his surreal monochrome western.

Only Lovers Left Alive

By David Jenkins

The modern world is a strange and beautiful place in Jim Jarmusch’s melancholy vampire masterpiece.

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