On the pop culture podcast this week: Anthony Horowitz police procedural New Blood, the Absolutely Fabulous movie and the 2005 film Bewitched by Nora Ephron.
There is a fascinating backstory to France's first animated feature, but it doesn't need one - all the genius and magic lies in the film itself.
Lukas Moodysson, director of Lilya 4-Eva and Container talks about his new (and most accomplished) film We Are the Best! in which three Stockholm teenagers form a punk bank.
A life mesmerisingly truncated, James Dean left behind only three films, and the gaping absence of the career that might have been.
My friend Emma worships Wes Anderson; I can’t stand him – so we were looking forward to a good row after The Grand Budapest Hotel.
The veteran actress best known for Murder, She Wrote had an emotional return to her East End roots this month with a series of screenings and a personal appearance.
Fans cannot live on special effects alone. It is Andrew Garfield's super powers, as Peter Parker without the mask, that justify the explosions and non sequiturs that follow as soon as he puts it on.
From London leather men to prostitution in American suburbia, the renamed BFI Flare offered up an eclectic programme.
A cinematic paean to postwar London uses rare footage from the BFI. But has time edited out the boring bits?
Kate Winslet's part in dystopian drama Divergent might just represent the ideal new character type for the English actress: ice queen.
Civilisation as we know it could collapse in 15 years, something which is reflected in the viewing habits of today’s kids.
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