Jonathan Glazer

A victimless genocide: the politics of omission in The Zone of Interest and Oppenheimer

By Maia Wyman

While Jonathan Glazer and Christopher Nolan's World War Two-set films have been critically lauded, their construction raises questions about how we digest images of systematic murder.

The Zone of Interest review – a towering, awful masterwork

By Hannah Strong

Jonathan Glazer's stark film about the domestic routine of the Höss family next door to Auschwitz is a colossal, profoundly disturbing achievement in filmmaking.

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Justine Triet’s Anatomy of a Fall wins the 2023 Palme d’Or

By David Jenkins

The psychological courtroom thriller with the great Sandra Hüller wins the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival.

The Zone of Interest – first-look review

By Hannah Strong

Jonathan Glazer returns with his first film in nine years – an austere, chilling depiction of a German family maintaining normalcy in close proximity to the Holocaust.

Croisette wishes: 20 films we’d like to see at Cannes in 2023

By Charles Bramesco

Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson, and Pedro Almodóvar number among the heavy hitters expected on the red carpet.

The 100 Best Films of the 2000s: 25-1

By Little White Lies

A.I., American Psycho and Bamboozled all make the final part of our list – but what will come out on top?

Strasbourg 1518

By David Jenkins

Jonathan Glazer riffs on the so-called “dancing plague” which struck the French border city 500 years ago. The result is spectacular.

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Jonathan Glazer and Mica Levi team up for ‘dancing plague’ film

By Charles Bramesco

Strasbourg 1518 pairs the Under the Skin director and composer with an ensemble of world-class dancers.

A24 is looking to turn Under the Skin into a TV series

By Charles Bramesco

A bidding war could bring Scarlett Johansson’s homicidal alien to the small screen.

At last, everyone can see Jonathan Glazer’s eerie new short

By Charles Bramesco

Masked figures perform a ritual most sinister in the six-minute miniature.

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