Mark Cousins returns with an essay feature on the doodles and draftsmanship of Orson Welles.
Barry Jenkins, Damien Chazelle and Yorgos Lanthimos all look like early contenders for major awards.
By Adam Scovell
Revisiting the iconic director’s work every 10 years, from Too Much Johnson to Touch of Evil.
From Paul Thomas Anderson’s beef with Burt Reynolds to Peter Sellers and Orson Welles’ legendary spat.
We’ve delved into the archives to find out which films were topping critics’ charts 50 years ago.
Come and see the maestro's final big trick on a 35mm print at the ICA cinema with MUBI and Little White Lies.
The Lady from Shanghai is a prime example of the legendary filmmaker’s complicated genius.
By Chris Owen
His withering letter to studio bosses is a filmmaking bible for our times.
By Jack Godwin
The Other Side of the Wind is finally being completed and could be available to stream this year.
Released 50 years ago, this understated and underloved drama is deserving of a reappraisal.
Steven Spielberg’s alien invasion epic offers a boldly personal take on a contemporary global crisis.
There’s notes of Orson Welles’ F for Fake in this richly intoxicating wine-based con caper.
By Tom Graham
Read the remarkable story of the director’s ill-fated passion project, 400 years on from the death of Miguel de Cervantes.
By Matt Thrift
The story of how a trio of legendary filmmakers became entranced by the Emerald Isle.
Orson Welles is some kind of a man in this grisly, ultra-melancholic border-town noir from 1958.
A passible Welles hagiography which offers very little that you won’t easily find in an Encyclopedia.