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A starry ensemble sinks into sin in The Devil All The Time trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Tom Holland, Robert Pattinson, Riley Keough and Mia Wasikowska head up Antonio Campos’ period piece.

Lulu Wang is adapting a Hirokazu Koreeda drama for her next feature

By Charles Bramesco

She’s taking on an English-language version of Like Father, Like Son for her follow-up to The Farewell.

Animation legend Don Hertzfeldt is readying a third World of Tomorrow short

By Charles Bramesco

The densely conceptual sci-fi series now focuses on the lonely David Prime.

The I’m Thinking of Ending Things trailer leaps through time and space

By Charles Bramesco

Expect another unconventional, wryly funny odyssey of the mind from Charlie Kaufman.

Paul Thomas Anderson wants Bradley Cooper for his ’70s high school movie

By Charles Bramesco

Every school has that one handsome teacher – could it be B-Coop?

Steve McQueen’s John Boyega-starring miniseries is arriving this year

By Charles Bramesco

Small Axe sees the actor-activist play a London police officer trying to change the system from the inside.

Miranda July’s Kajillionaire follows a family of eccentric thieves

By Charles Bramesco

Evan Rachel Wood, Richard Jenkins, Debra Winger and Gina Rodriguez lead the cast.

Pixar announces Luca, a coming-of-age adventure set on the Italian Riviera

By Charles Bramesco

The animation studio’s next feature-length film joins a pair of best friends for an “unforgettable summer”.

A short history of Hollywood’s (ill-fated) attempts to adapt the internet

By Charles Bramesco

A bidding war over a Reddit-sourced horror pitch rings a familiar bell.

Now that it’s off the release calendar, when will we get to see Tenet?

By Charles Bramesco

Christopher Nolan’s time-fluctuation thriller has been downgraded to TBD.

Brandon Cronenberg’s mind-jellying Possessor has gotten a first trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Christopher Abbott and Andrea Riseborough star in the psycho-horror film.

See the trailer for a stripped-down concert film Nick Cave recorded under COVID

By Charles Bramesco

An Idiot Prayer sees the musician wandering an abandoned Alexander Palace as he speaks his songs.

Sundance London will go virtual to continue in 2020

By Charles Bramesco

Zeina Durra’s Luxor and Alan Ball’s Uncle Frank head up the main feature programme.

Jonathan Glazer and Mica Levi team up for ‘dancing plague’ film

By Charles Bramesco

Strasbourg 1518 pairs the Under the Skin director and composer with an ensemble of world-class dancers.

RIP Ennio Morricone – Eleven essential compositions

By Charles Bramesco

From Spaghetti western classics to the Tarantino pictures they inspired, a master’s digest.

BFI London Film Festival announces virtual 2020 edition

By Charles Bramesco

This year’s LFF will offer online screenings, free screen talks and more, widening access across the UK.

Ava DuVernay and Colin Kaepernick are working on a series about his younger years

By Charles Bramesco

The miniseries exploring the activist and football star’s formative experiences will run on Netflix.

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