Terence Davies explores the tragic and complex life of World War I poet Siegfried Sassoon in this elegantly moving biopic.
In Terence Davies’ postwar melodrama, she turns Hester Collyer into one of cinema’s great tragic heroines.
Terence Davies’ handsome biopic of the poet Siegfried Sassoon is a lament for lost youth and stolen love.
This year’s LFF programme comprises 39 per cent female and 40 per cent ethnically diverse directors/creators.
With Wes Anderson, Leos Carax and Paul Verhoeven locked in, we’re ready to keep the rumour mill turning.
While we await his next feature, Benediction, there’s news of his adaptation of The Post Office Girl.
Our noughties ranking reaches the midway point, as Amélie, Oldboy and Spider-Man 2 all make the cut.
Find out how Little White Lies contributors voted in our critical survey of recent non-IP cinema.
Two films at the San Sebastian Film Festival showcase a more old school way of depicting the bittersweet passage of time.
The director’s 1992 drama is among the most tender coming-of-age films ever made.
From The Colour of Pomegranates to A Quiet Passion, seek out these fascinating portraits of verse-makers.
Cynthia Nixon gives an astonishing performance as the tortured American poet Emily Dickinson.
The star of A Quiet Passion reveals how she conveyed her character’s mental and physical pain.
Agyness Deyn shimmers in the first trailer for Terence Davies’ latest cinematic marvel.