Robert Altman

Movies, Now More than Ever: Robert Altman’s The Player at 30

By Joe Flockhart

As multiverses and IP dominate the box office, we look back to Altman’s biting satire on the unoriginality of Hollywood.

Nashville (1975)

By Glenn Heath Jr

Robert Altman’s show-stopping musical mosaic returns to UK cinemas in a sparkling new 4K restoration.

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In praise of Old Boyfriends, a long overlooked portrait of female identity

By Caitlin Quinlan

Joan Tewkesbury’s sole directorial effort stars Talia Shire as a woman on a journey to rediscover herself.

An auteur and his flying machine: Brewster McCloud at 50

By Saffron Maeve

Robert Altman’s long-overlooked satire reflects the director’s frustrations with the Hollywood studio system.

Discover the fragmented horrors of this Robert Altman psychodrama

By Anton Bitel

The writer/director’s idiosyncratic 1972 film Images is ripe for rediscovery.

The Long Goodbye: Robert Altman’s hooray for Hollywood

By Sam May

This 1973 pulp classic sees Elliott Gould’s Philip Marlowe navigate LA’s seedy underbelly.

Why McCabe & Mrs Miller is a feminist masterpiece

By Martyn Conterio

Robert Altman’s revisionist western about a strong-willed sex worker refuses to play by the genre’s gender rules.

Discover the progressive attitude of this taboo-busting psychodrama

By Anton Bitel

Robert Altman’s second feature, That Cold Day in the Park, is now available on Blu-ray and DVD.

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