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Crip Camp

By Roxanne Sancto

A summer camp for disabled teens becomes a movement for equality in this soul-nourishing Netflix documentary.

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A new relief fund will provide aid to the UK’s film and TV industries

By Charles Bramesco

Netflix has already pledged £1 million in a joint venture with BFI and The Film and TV Charity.

Your quarantine guide to streaming video in the UK and US

By Charles Bramesco

Don’t let the encroaching pandemic prevent you from enriching yourself with the best of film and TV.

John Boyega partners with Netflix to bolster Africa’s film industry

By Charles Bramesco

The British-Nigerian actor wants to bring more localised stories to a global audience.

Feel Good offers a fresh, relatable depiction of addictive love

By Emma Fraser

Mae Martin’s Channel 4/Netflix co-production tackles gender identity, female sexuality and drug dependency.

Ava DuVernay will honour Nipsey Hussle in a new documentary

By Charles Bramesco

The rapper, who was assassinated one year ago, is the subject of the director’s upcoming Netflix film.

At long last, you can now disable Netflix’s autoplay feature

By Charles Bramesco

The streaming giant has moved to bring an end to those annoying automatic previews.

Which movies sold big at this year’s Sundance Film Festival?

By Charles Bramesco

Records were broken as Amazon, Netflix and the major studios battled for a piece of the indie market.

David Lynch grills a monkey in a new short on Netflix

By Charles Bramesco

It’s your basic hard-boiled cop interrogation, except with a primate and an experimental master.

Hollywood’s major studios are bowing before the almighty algorithm

By Charles Bramesco

Following Netflix’s example, Warner Bros has announced plans to base major decisions on AI data.

The Witcher review – An entertaining romp through bleak high fantasy

By Kambole Campbell

Netflix’s Andrej Sapowski adaptation is playful, violent, and enamoured with Henry Cavill’s chest.

A Very Queer Christmas: Is the LGBT+ holiday rom-com season upon us?

By Stefania Sarrubba

Let It Snow and Season of Love bring female queer romance to the fore.

A change in US law is rewriting Hollywood’s playbook

By Charles Bramesco

Deregulating the major studios could spell bad news down the line.

Eddie Murphy will star in a Beverly Hills Cop sequel for Netflix

By Charles Bramesco

The popular police comedy is the latest ’80s movie to be strip-mined for its nostalgia value.

Klaus

By Kambole Campbell

Netflix’s first animated feature production is a gorgeous looking festive heart-warmer.

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The End of the F***ing World returns with fresh faces and new twists

By Emma Fraser

British star Naomi Ackie joins Jessica Barden for the second season of the dark teen comedy.

Do Netflix’s varied playback speeds pose a threat to filmmakers?

By Charles Bramesco

Brad Bird and Judd Apatow have spoken out against the streaming giant’s latest experiment.

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