This is proof that cinematic greatness is earned, not bought.
The Film Interview: Patrick Keiller on "Robinson in Ruins".
Fine animation doesn't always produce cinematic novelty.
Dreams blur with real life in this sensual cinematic vision.
Rachel Cooke gets the feeling Jimmy McGovern
is his own biggest fan.
For frights, nothing beats a public information film from the Seventies.
The enigmatic French director speaks about the furore over his recent Oscar award.
“The BBC is beautiful, but now we are watching it fall apart”
Not all horror films have forgotten how to frighten.
Why I won't be watching - or reading - any of the Stieg Larsson trilogy.
The Film Interview: why the director wants to make "epic" movies.
We speak to Patrick Russell about British documentary-making.
Ryan Gilbey finds Mike Leigh pursuing fashionably horticultural themes.
The third Jackass movie is Abu Ghraib reflected in a funhouse mirror.
Jonathan Derbyshire talks to Tariq Ali about Wittgenstein, Derek Jarman and the future of the humani
Afternoon tea with Rob Epstein, Jeffrey Friedman and Jeanne Labrune.
Annette Bening's return to the screen warrants a public holiday.
The director explains his refusal to visit Israel and says he received "exhortations not to go" from
Ryan Gilbey experiences the turbulent family life of a working-class playwright.
A new film shows the kind of community likely to be hurt most by the coalition's cuts.
A screening of Derek Jarman's "Wittgenstein" in association with Verso and the New Statesman.
From the studio to the sound stage.
John Akomfrah dazzles with a poetic tale of wandering lives.
In abolishing the UK Film Council, Jeremy Hunt has shown himself to be ignorant of history. David Pu
Ryan Gilbey delves into the dark history of Facebook.
Will Jeremy Hunt take up the offer of a public debate on the UK film industry?
The movie industry is trying to fleece ordinary cinema-goers.
We learn little from Howard Marks's drug tales, writes Ryan Gilbey
The future of the documentary is in safe hands.