From a British Godzilla to the best Brixton film, Reel Britannia director Jon Spira talks us through some of his favourites from the last 60 years.
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Baz Luhrmann’s sixth film never quite gets to the heart of its eponymous character, despite a swaggering yet sensitive performance by Austin Butler.
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New research has been published to assist UK companies doing business internationally, while the International Co-production Fund is open for applications until 26 July.
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A star-making turn from the young Cole Martin can’t save this BBC melodrama from its child’s-eye-view clichés, rushed plot and lack of delicate characterisation.
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John Ruskin opened The Stones of Venice (1851-53), his three-volume treatise on the history of art and architecture in the floating city, on a note of mystification. Recalling a trip he had made in ...
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Indian filmmaker Anurag Kashyap’s latest feature, Dobaaraa, is based on the Spanish thriller Mirage (2018) by Oriol Paulo. ‘Dobaaraa’ in Hindi translates to ‘Again’ in English. But, in this ...
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Jacqueline Lentzou’s debut feature takes its time to come into focus – but it’s an important accomplishment from a filmmaker with a uniquely nuanced, untethered style.
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BFI Southbank celebrates Reggae music and culture and explores its relationship to Cinema with a month-long season – From Jamaica to the world: Reggae on film. Progr ...
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Relaxing censorship and Hitchcock’s return to London set the stage for one of his blackest and most salacious thrillers – a serial killer thriller called Frenzy, which he compared to a fairground ride ...
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The final part of Todd Stephens’s semi-autobiographical Ohio Trilogy evinces the otherness of being queer in small-town America, but fails to make good use of its star.
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There are so many wonderful pictures to see that to reduce them down to a top ten is a disservice to all the great work that has been done.” Anyone set to compile their own voting ballot – ...
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With her bold bone-structure and the cur­tain of her wheat-gold Jackie O coif, Gena Rowlands is the classic Hollywood icon that got away. Had she been born into the Studio era of the 1930s or 1940s, ...
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