Steven Soderbergh

Everyone’s armed and dangerous in the first trailer for No Sudden Move

By Charles Bramesco

Don Cheadle, Benicio del Toro, Amy Seimetz and Jon Hamm star in Steven Soderbergh’s period crime caper.

Steven Soderbergh has shared his annual viewing log for 2020

By Charles Bramesco

Here’s every piece of media the American director consumed last year, including four different viewings of Mank.

Steven Soderbergh has written a sequel to Sex, Lies, and Videotape

By Charles Bramesco

Andie MacDowell and Laura San Giacomo would reprise their roles as neurotic sisters.

Meryl Streep and Lucas Hedges set sail in the Let Them All Talk trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Steven Soderbergh’s latest also includes Gemma Chan, Candice Bergen and Dianne Wiest.

Steven Soderbergh’s next film brings together all of your favourite actors

By Charles Bramesco

Don Cheadle! Jon Hamm! Kieran Culkin? Julia Fox?! BRENDAN FRASER?!?

Know The Score: El-P on 2002’s Solaris

By Thomas Hobbs

The producer and rapper reveals the soul-cleansing moment he discovered Cliff Martinez’s soundtrack.

Watch: Ocean’s 11 vs Ocean’s Eleven

By Leigh Singer

Comparing the classic Rat Pack heist caper with Steven Soderbergh’s equally star-studded early noughties update.

Hollywood prefers blondes (as index patients)

By Elizabeth Horkley

Attractive women of questionable virtue have long been a scapegoat for society’s literal ills.

The Laundromat

By David Jenkins

Stephen Soderbergh assembles an all-star cast to sift through the wreckage of the 2015 Panama Papers leak.

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#Irrelevant: Is Hollywood losing the fight against social media?

By Tom Duggins

Film is no longer the most culturally important medium for young people, but some directors are striking back.

The Laundromat – first look review

By David Jenkins

Steven Soderbergh's playfully ironic take on the 2015 Panama Papers scandal is a slight but enjoyable diversion.

Steven Soderbergh plays the market in The Laundromat trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Meryl Streep and Gary Oldman lead the director’s Big Short-esque financial caper.

Ad Astra and Marriage Story to premiere at the 76th Venice Film Festival

By David Jenkins

James Gray and Noah Baumbach will be joined on the Lido by Steven Soderbergh, Roy Andersson and Haifaa al-Mansour.

The Girlfriend Experience is the best film about the financial crash

By Annie Lord

Sasha Grey’s high-class escort exists in a world where economic crisis is an ever-present spectre.

High Flying Bird and America’s modern-day auction block

By Andy Crump

Steven Soderbergh and Tarell Alvin McCraney offer a timely interrogation of the sports-industrial complex.

High Flying Bird

By Adam Woodward

André Holland plays a sports agent who takes on the NBA in this quietly radical drama from Steven Soderbergh.

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