A teen dropout suffers for his art in the first trailer for Funny Pages

By Charles Bramesco

Owen Kline's debut film takes us into the scuzziest corners of New Jersey in search of inspiration.

Fantasy collides with insanity in the first The Silent Twins trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Letitia Wright and Tamara Lawrance star in this dramatisation of June and Jennifer Gibbons’ strange life story.

Amy Winehouse is the latest star to get the Hollywood biopic treatment

By Charles Bramesco

Will audiences say ‘no, no, no’ to Sam Taylor-Johnson’s upcoming film?

A new season at the BFI Southbank showcases the marvels of Afrofuturism

By Charles Bramesco

In the Black Fantastic explores racial identity through mythology, science-fiction, and the supernatural.

The first trailer for David O. Russell’s Amsterdam catches stars in a national mystery

By Charles Bramesco

Margot Robbie, John David Washington, and Christian Bale lead as a trio of friends caught in a murder case.

The BIFAs look to the future by introducing gender-neutral acting categories

By Charles Bramesco

Gender isn't binary, and awards programs ought to reflect that simple truth.

Andrew Haigh’s upcoming Strangers makes lovers of Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal

By Charles Bramesco

As the two men form a unique bond, Scott's haunted by the memory of his long-deceased parents.

London Film Festival 2022 opens with Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical

By David Jenkins

Emma Thompson and Lashana Lynch star in one of the first big movie announcements of the Autumn festival season.

Lars von Trier checks in for another stay in The Kingdom with the first Exodus trailer

By Charles Bramesco

His TV series set within a hospital coursing with malevolent energy is back for another series.

A sheltered girl gets some hands-on sex education in the Sharp Stick trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Kristine Froseth seduces a married Jon Bernthal in the new erotic comedy from Lena Dunham.

Kevin Costner’s new project Horizon will now be four interconnected movies

By Charles Bramesco

Scheduled for release in three-month intervals, the films are currently casting 170 speaking roles.

Sean Durkin will square off with Zac Efron for a homespun wrestling tragedy

By Charles Bramesco

A dramatization of the sad events that befell the Von Erich family will follow Durkin's acclaimed The Nest.

Harry Styles is the long arm of the law in the first My Policeman trailer

By Charles Bramesco

He portrays one of three characters followed through decades, their lives charting 20th-century upheavals.

The Predator franchise goes back to an uncolonized America in the first Prey trailer

By Charles Bramesco

In the not-yet-ravaged Comanche Nation, an expert hunter faces a seemingly unstoppable extraterrestrial foe.

Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis biopic bids to get down with the kids

By Lucy Vipond

The Australian director appears to be courting younger viewers with his hotly-anticipated film about The King.

David Cronenberg’s comeback continues as he sets up a deathly drama

By Charles Bramesco

Vincent Cassel will star in The Shrouds as an inventor who devises a method of speaking to the dead.

Plug your ponytail into the first trailer for Avatar: The Way of Water

By Charles Bramesco

Kate Winslet, Michelle Yeoh, and Edie Falco are among the additions to the sci-fi mega-franchise’s cast.

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