By Adam Scovell
The fictional Mother Black Cap makes a brief but memorable appearance in Bruce Robinson’s cult comedy.
He joins Sharon Horgan in a film adaptation of the hit British musical.
By Thomas Hobbs
This affectionate doc tells the story of how George Harrison’s HandMade Films changed the face of British cinema.
The loquacious actor (and latter-day perfumer) discusses his stellar turn as a silver-tongued grifter in Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Melissa McCarthy and Richard E Grant are on top form in Marielle Heller’s melancholy tale of forgery and friendship.
Melissa McCarthy proves her dramatic chops as a literary forger in Marielle Heller’s follow-up to The Diary of a Teenage Girl.
Bruce Robinson’s cult classic will strike a chord with any struggling young artist living in a big city.