They're not very long.
BFI Southbank's LGBT film festival Flare has become more eye-catching. Now it dazzles.
Why has it taken us so long to realise that the strongest, most exciting voices, shaping our opinions of cinema are women?
Half-love letter, half-biopsy, Charlie Lyne's documentary analysis of teen movies is full of flashes of madness.
Slavery was cholera in water, it infected everyone; a daily routine, spiteful, petty and perverse, its many perpetrators faceless and unexceptional. How did it come about - and what should we think about the thousands who are similarly shackled today?
These rules reveal that few of us qualify as full-blown Walts. But all of us are fantasists.
If anyone needed proof that sex is something girls do rather than have done to them, it's this.
The sweet sound of Christopher Walken in the otherwise terrible "A Late Quartet"
The "best known film critic in America" has died, aged 70.