By Luís Azevedo
This new video essay explores the director’s evocative use of colour, from Medicine for Melancholy to If Beale Street Could Talk.
By Leigh Singer
Video essayist Leigh Singer explores the use of the first-person perspective in horror cinema.
By Grace Lee
Grace Lee searches for meaning amid the so-called monstrosity of this superlative 2017 horror.
By Leigh Singer
A new video essay offers an insightful reappraisal of Peter Weir’s eerily prophetic media satire.
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See who our resident feline soothsayer is tipping for glory at the 88th Academy Awards this weekend.
Watch to see how Clarisse Loughrey scores Adam McKay’s zany financial crisis comedy-drama.
Find out which classic ’70s Dustin Hoffman crime drama left a lasting impression on the British star.
Watch vlogger Clarisse Loughrey give her verdict on Paolo Sorrentino’s bittersweet study of ageing and grief.
Join us for a discussion on cinematic swansongs and a screening of John Hughes’ final film.
See Sebastian Schipper’s one-shot crime drama six months before it hits cinemas.
Ben Whishaw and Naomie Harris test their knowledge on the cinema of the Spectre and Skyfall director.
Pick up a limited edition artwork inspired by the Crimson Peak writer/director.
The director discusses how created the look and feel of his haunting Gothic romance.
Jeremy Thomas invites us to rummage around his trinket-littered office.