"Lawrence of Arabia" is back in the cinemas, bigger than ever
What the only film approved by the godfather of graphic novels will look like.
A documentary about a heavy metal prodigy tugs at the heart.
The Barbican's Framed Film Festival has an ambitious remit.
A thought-provoking portrayal of the realities of nursing a partner in deteriorating health.
The movie will be a blast.
Film is helping to demystify Saudi Arabia.
The American actor is finally a leading man.
Photography is like drawing with light.
Argo - review.
George Lucas was always the franchise's worst enemy.
Ryan Gilbey on "The Master" and "The Shining".
Daniel Craig has relaxed into Bond without losing any steeliness.
Now I hate myself.
Zhu Rikun, a leading light of independent Chinese film, on its troubled future.
The documentary maker on Sarah Palin, Mitt Romney and sex in Bedford.
A fine reworking of a cult novel unmasks the original.
For a popcorn blockbuster, the gender politics of Dredd 3D are extraordinary, writes Laura Sneddon.
An amusing thriller sequel that uses the oldest tricks in the book.
Leos Carax’s comeback film is wild and wonderful.
The Black Audio Film Collective's film still resonates.
The Australian director's latest film has a dream cast.
Ryan Gilbey is stunned by the lack of subtlety in a message-heavy drugs tale.
What's in store? A headbutting dwarf, Martin Freeman and a waterfall, and plenty of Gandalf.
A theatrical setting undermines Joe Wright's Anna Karenina.
Ryan Gilbey dissects the decline and tentative rise of Woody Allen.
An unexpectedly sympathetic portrayal of the wife of a timeshare mogul.
Will his alleged victim, Nafissatou Diallo, get to tell her side of the story?