Twisting tales of growing pains, an urgent Italian classic and a cinematic page-turner. What are you watching this weekend?
Luna Carmoon’s Hoard is a strange, squalid and deeply original dumpster dive into the childhood memories of Maria, a south-east London teen in foster care. Here Carmoon explains how her 20-page short ...
Sending Charles Dance on an exploration of London’s secret streets, Stephen Poliakoff’s directorial debut puts our writer in mind of the psychogeography movement and the urban conspiracy films of ...
A rot sets into the life of a South London teen when an older man comes to stay at her foster home in a coming-of-age tale from Luna Carmoon that won’t be contained by a social realist template.
Sending Malcolm McDowell on a surreal odyssey through northern England, O Lucky Man! is the mother of all sprawling state-of-the-nation comic satires, from Southland Tales to The Sweet East.
A lightning bolt or a melodrama “full of old ingredients”? How Roberto Rossellini’s wartime drama Rome, Open City became a line-in-the-sand moment for world cinema.
Amanda Nell Eu’s inventive debut about a young girl’s ‘monstrous’ transformation belongs to a proud lineage of both Malaysian folklore and coming-of-age films that externalise the onset of female ...
Richard Linklater, from Slacker to Hit Man – the big career interview Plus: Alice Rohrwacher and Josh O’Connor on La chimera – The Fall Guy and six sublime cinema stunts – Adjoa Andoh, critics on crit ...
We’re celebrating hand-crafted animation on the big screen, alongside a major exhibition showcasing the wizardry of Laika.
Previously unpublished stories and reflections on the changing movie industry from Roger Corman, the legendarily resourceful producer, director, career-launcher and ’King of the B’s’ who has died aged ...
Sky Peals had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival in Critics’ Week last autumn; its UK premiere was at the BFI London Film Festival. Following the theatrical release it will be available on ...
Set many generations after the life of prime ape Caesar, this continuation of the Planet of the Apes series is a paradoxical epic invested with humour and horror in equal measure.