As a child in the late Nineties, I lived for Aladdin. Yet no actual Arabs or even Indians were involved in the cartoon.
What does the recent cinematic phenomenon of characters who are unexpected killers tell us about ourselves?
The Patriarchal Lie of the Manic Pixie Dream Girl Must Be Stabbed in the Heart and Killed was a less catchy title for a film.
We talk the end of One Direction, the BBC podcast Who Killed Elsie Frost?, the new film of John Green's YA thriller Paper Towns and US comedy show Broad City.
The film's distributor claimed that it was given an 18 certificate by an all-male panel. British Board of Film Classification director David Cooke has told the New Statesman that this was not the case.
No film was ever in greater need of a Louis Theroux figure poking and prodding and shedding light where none would otherwise fall.
Hadley Freeman's readings of 1980s films escape the anxiety of snobbery, but more daring would have been welcome.
Tom Hardy is about to play both the Kray twins in a film called Legend – here's a short history of actors doubling up on screen.
From Simon Munnery’s Fylm School to Adam Riches’ Coach Coach, there’s plenty of movie magic to be found live on stage.
“Billy was a shit,” Bogdanovich told me over the phone from LA.
David Gauke went to visit Pinewood studios, and saw. . . something.