A New Statesman film about the anti-cuts movement.
All this praise for The King's Speech makes me suspicious.
The BFI continues to pursue its cuts program.
Once you’ve seen Eugène Green’s latest, ordinary movies will never seem the same again.
Why film critics' choices are far from simple.
He was no auteur, but the veteran director should be fondly remembered all the same.
What to look forward to in the year ahead, plus a few sneak previews.
What happens when directors venture into cyberspace?