The director has clashed with a film critic about his representation of the welfare state in I, Daniel Blake.
“Billy was a shit,” Bogdanovich told me over the phone from LA.
David Gauke went to visit Pinewood studios, and saw. . . something.
Mistress America and Trainwreck both look at the lives of young women - but neither quite pull it off.
Almost 23,000 people have signed a petition to boycott Roland Emmerich's new film about the Stonewall rebellion of 1969.
From Dr No to the new Spectre, 007 villains have a lot to tell us about the state of the nation.
The new film from director Marielle Heller revels in the messiness of teenage life and love.
After Fight Club 2's recent release as an ongoing mini-series, Dr Elizabeth Nelson of the Pacifica Graduate Institute in California explains how film can teach psychological concepts.
It is time to drag them away from each other for the benefit of both.
Manglehorn and Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation show two approaches to ageing on screen.
We might be twenty years on from Toy Story, but Inside Out is proof that computer-animated features can still deliver giddy imaginative crescendos.
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