We present Michael Chanan’s video blog of the protest movement.
A New Statesman film about the anti-cuts movement.
All this praise for The King's Speech makes me suspicious.
Last rites for a marriage: a complex portrait of a relationship breakdown.
Portraying a troubled mind requires skill, not overkill.
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.
Colin Firth and Christian Bale were the only British winners at yesterday's awards ceremony.
He was no auteur, but the veteran director should be fondly remembered all the same.
Danny Boyle’s latest release is undone by populism.
Despite its much-discussed dark side, Catfish is a profoundly positive film.
What to look forward to in the year ahead, plus a few sneak previews.
Will the real Robert De Niro please stand up?
Ryan Gilbey watches bemused as Russell Crowe suffers for a woman.
An alternative Christmas film guide.
Iranian film-maker is imprisoned by the regime in Tehran.
What happens when directors venture into cyberspace?
What seemed futuristic in 1982 now looks strangely dated, writes Ryan Gilbey
How journalists help to promote war - and what can be done to stop it.
Could a new wave of online video help transform politics?
A conversation with the veteran British documentary maker.
A look back at the year in cinema.
A bemuseing and all-too-reverent portrait of an embattled monastery.
Sofia Coppola serves up a subtle emotional study.
Twenty-five years after its release, Shoah, Claude Lanzmann’s documentary about the extermination of
The late actor revealed he would have made one last "Naked Gun" movie.
Copies of Oliver Stone's documentary about Latin America's leftist leaders to give away.