Turner Ross

Gasoline Rainbow review – glows brightly

By Katherine McLaughlin

The Ross Brothers create a portrait of youth in revolt in their first fiction film.

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Gasoline Rainbow – first-look review

By Hannah Strong

A group of teenagers set off on a post-graduation road trip in Bill and Turner Ross's latest feature, billed as their first fiction.

Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets

By David Jenkins

Last call for drinks in this liquor-lashed celebration of American bar culture from Bill and Turner Ross.

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The 30 best films of 2020

By Little White Lies

Our favourite new releases from this year, featuring Spike Lee, Chloé Zhao, Josephine Decker and more.

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