Arrietty (U)
By Ryan Gilbey - 28 July 9:17

Studio Ghibli doesn't need to keep up with the Pixars.

Gilbey on Film: from bard to verse
By Ryan Gilbey - 27 July 16:51

What happens when movies take on poetry?

Beginners (15); Break My Fall (18)
By Ryan Gilbey - 21 July 12:54

Two quirky tales of the heart show there's still life in love.

The NS Interview: Om Puri, actor
By Samira Shackle - 21 July 10:29

“Art films give me status, but Bollywood films give me a living”

Gilbey on Film: non-human stars
By Ryan Gilbey - 19 July 13:32

The talking animals in cinema worth hearing.

Crack open the Bolly
By Ryan Gilbey - 14 July 13:53

Ryan Gilbey reviews the latest crop of Indian blockbusters

Gilbey on Film: beyond Harry Potter
By Ryan Gilbey - 13 July 11:30

Treacle Jr is exactly the kind of British film that needs government support.

Chronicle of Protest DVDs now on sale
By Staff blogger - 11 July 12:29

Michael Chanan's film about the anti-cuts movement is available exclusively via New Statesman.

Gilbey on film: Harry Potter - the end of of the affair
By Ryan Gilbey - 08 July 1:05

The final movie in the franchise redeems all its predecessors.

The Tree of Life
By Ryan Gilbey - 07 July 19:16

Sean Penn’s dazed look fits this long view of 1950s America.

Gilbey on Film: The projectionist's power
By Ryan Gilbey - 01 July 15:28

The relationship between directors and cinema technicians.

A Separation (PG)
By Ryan Gilbey - 30 June 12:29

Ryan Gilbey admires a perfectly choreographed story of suspense.

Potiche (15)
By Ryan Gilbey - 28 June 15:20

An unglamorous Catherine Deneuve makes for sharp comedy.

Bridesmaids (15); Putty Hill (PG)
By Ryan Gilbey - 23 June 12:42

An exquisite display of panic and paranoia.

Gilbey on Film: Fassbinder's unrequited Lamborghinis
By Ryan Gilbey - 22 June 12:03

How rejection fuelled the director's vision.

Tom Hollander: "Famous people don't hear the word 'no' enough"
By Helen Lewis - 20 June 16:48

The Rev actor talks about playing a vicar, believing in God and attending university with Nick Clegg

The Beaver (12A)
By Ryan Gilbey - 16 June 9:00

Mel Gibson is an asset to this tale of redemption.

Gilbey on Film: Jan Svankmajer's Pop-eyed Genius
By Ryan Gilbey - 14 June 15:20

Celebrating the re-release of Alice, the director's 1988 masterpiece.

Gilbey on Film: Saturday night livewire
By Ryan Gilbey - 07 June 11:45

The comedian Maya Rudolph talks about working with Robert Altman and her new film, Bridesmaids.

Senna (12A)
By Ryan Gilbey - 02 June 8:29

The career of a folk hero is reconstructed from archive footage.

Gilbey on Film: drama out of a crisis
By Ryan Gilbey - 31 May 16:52

Why have movies - documentaries aside - been so slow to respond to the credit crunch?

Le Quattro volte (U)
By Ryan Gilbey - 26 May 10:47

Ryan Gilbey is charmed by a whimsical picture about life, death and goats.

Gilbey on Film: a quiet revolution
By Ryan Gilbey - 25 May 15:44

Win Win gently subverts the conventions of Hollywood story-telling.

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (12A)
By Ryan Gilbey - 19 May 9:15

Ryan Gilbey reflects on a movie franchise that is way past its sell-by date.

Reclaiming the right to privacy
By Sean Gittins - 18 May 19:44

Two studies into the nature of privacy form part of the London International Documentary Festival's

Gilbey on Film: horror at the box office
By Ryan Gilbey - 17 May 12:38

Is Zombie Undead the lowest-grossing film on record?

Seeing red
By Nina Caplan - 12 May 13:31

Soviet cinema had a brief but remarkable flowering in the 1920s.

A place for reflection
By Phil Collins - 12 May 13:31

Political, questioning art film is a vital but threatened form.

Cannes can
By Daniel Trilling - 12 May 13:31

Ryan Gilbey has said all there is to say for the moment about Terrence Malick (page 40), whose long-awaited Tree of Life is the main attraction at this year's Cannes Film Festival, which runs from 11 to 22 May.

This is England
By Neil Hunter - 12 May 13:31

The acclaimed director on a new breed of British film-makers.