Early-stage research success hints at a visionary future in which an immersive glass-free 3D experience could be possible at the cinema.
On the pop culture podcast this week we discuss Aziz Ansari’s new show Master of None, the film adaptation of Colm Tóibín’s Brooklyn and the 2005 film Transamerica.
Some parts are sensationalised - but at last, here's a film that can break down barriers between techies and the uninitiated.
Tangerine has so much vitality and pizzazz, the fact it was made on an iPhone is almost besides the point. Plus: Steve Jobs.
Today's teenage readers don't trust authority or institutions and why should they? Adults have made an Orwellian nightmare of half of the world and set fire to the rest.
“The film is definitely in 3D,” the cinema manager insisted. “It’s just not-very-good 3D.”
The new adaptation of Colm Tóibín's Brooklyn shows how minor decisions can be lifechanging. Plus: He Named Me Malala (PG).
The actor Kevin Pollak interviews 50 comics, and comic actors, about their craving for the laughter and approval of strangers.
A look at how You've Got Mail and other films couldn't work with modern technology.
A locale you know intimately on screen gives you more than a flicker of recognition, a jarring effect that can prevent you from fully engaging with the film.
007 is still supposed to be a hero but if you knew him in real life, you would be warning all your friends not to invite him to their parties.
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