Takashi Miike and his terrifying star Eihi Shiina look back on the shocked reactions to their J-horror landmark Audition, a “love letter” which caused walkouts when it premiered 25 years ago.
Takashi Miike and his terrifying star Eihi Shiina look back on the shocked reactions to their J-horror landmark Audition, a “love letter” which caused walkouts when it premiered 25 years ago.
Pete Docter’s Inside Out, argued our August 2015 cover feature, was a spellbinding return to form for Pixar Studios, offering a remarkably thorough exploration of the human psyche and a shrewd ...
In this 21st-century cinema special: 25 critics choose an era-defining film from each year of the century, and J. Hoberman asks: what is a 21st-century film? Plus: ten talking points from Cannes – ...
After a kidnapping job goes sideways, an impoverished father and son desperately try to dispose of the body before morning in Kamal Lazraq’s powerfully unsentimental film.
A six-year-old and her beloved Cape Verdean nanny are given one last summer to say goodbye in Marie Amachoukeli's moving drama.
A talented student is given a coveted internship position at a call centre but, the exploitative nature of the job soon begins to take its toll in July Jung's insightful South Korean drama.
Today’s announcement also marks the 25th anniversary of the opening of BFI IMAX in Waterloo, London where King Charles III (then Prince Charles) cut the ribbon on 11 June 1999.
Back in the 1990s, British animation was on a roll. Wallace and Gromit and the cast of Creature Comforts (1989) had broken through a pop culture barrier as animated characters who were cherished ...