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 chat BBC Three drama Thirteen, stop-motion film Anomalisa, and the 2014 Alan Rickman film A Little Chaos.
Competition entrants had precisely 50 days to shoot and upload a 50-second film that incorporated in some form the number 50.
Ben Wheatley’s screen adaptation of Ballard's novel brings its dry wit to the fore.
Patricio Guzmán's films have brought the story of his country to the world. Yet this latest film lacks the clarity so central to his previous offerings.
On the pop culture podcast this week, we chat fictional podcast serial Alice Isn't Dead, BBC thriller The Night Manager, and 1993 romcom Benny & Joon.
This week, the Human Rights Watch Film Festival will bring some of the world's most moving films to the big screen. But should we feel guilty for enjoying them?
The production designer Ken Adam, famous for his work on Dr Strangelove and seven James Bond films, has died at the age of 95.
Charlie Kaufman may be the most original voice in US cinema since David Lynch, and this latest film has a unique tactile tension.
Whatever your views on bullfighting, there is no denying that Antonio Barrera is a captivating subject for a documentary.
On the pop culture podcast: The 1975's second album, I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It, the true-story drama The People v OJ Simpson and Tina Fey/Steve Carell comedy Date Night.
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