On the pop culture podcast this week: hotly-tipped Oscar favourite Moonlight, the Norwegian teen drama Skam and Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein.
A sequel is coming - here's my version.
Barry Jenkins’s story of a boy who finds a father figure in a local drug dealer shows, in minute detail, how our sense of identity can change.
Ryan Gilbey wishes Denzel Washington’s big-screen remake of Fences had a bit more room to breathe.
On the pop culture podcast this week: the biopic Hidden Figures, BBC drama The Moorside and the album Process by Sampha.
From Harry Potter to Bridget Jones, the worst to the best fictional Valentine’s Day gifts.
Why I love watching women commit acts of violence on screen.
The Oscar-winning actor on keeping secrets, Donald Trump, and the character traits that turn him on.
Unlike the fraught parenting comedy Toni Erdmann, now on release, it capitulates too much to its cringe-worthy mother protagonist.
On the pop culture podcast: Drew Barrymore's cannibal comedy Santa Clarita Diet, new biopic Loving and the mobile game 80 Days.
From CGI adventures to directing in a second language, Lee is no stranger to risk-taking. What's next for the director?
Across the political spectrum, the New Statesman introduces you to the personalities who shape our world. Where else would you find Jeremy Corbyn, Tony Blair and Theresa May in the same place?