We learn little from Howard Marks's drug tales, writes Ryan Gilbey
The future of the documentary is in safe hands.
Your father was a stockbroker. What did you learn from him about the financial world?
The Film Interview: Erik Gandini on celebrity culture in modern Italy.
The Social Network is an elegant psychodrama of contemporary economics.
The passing of a Hollywood legend (1925-2010).
Is it better to have worked for Terrence Malick and been cut, than never to have worked for him at a
<em>Wall Street’s</em> Gordon Gekko is back. But what was he all about? Meant to symbolise the finan
Cartoon net worth.
Who knew ghosts were so clever and organised?
Our film critic chooses five titles to look out for next month.
Salt of the earth.
Joaquin Phoenix's rapping has turned him into a joke.
This great director was much more than simply a "French Hitchcock".
An interview with one of the heroes of the New Wave.
The art of Posy Simmonds does not adapt well to the screen.
"Cyrus" shows that fractured families are a rich source for movie makers.
Juliette Binoche shines in a movie about authenticity in art.
Which movies sum up your youth?
The Hot Fuzz director’s latest is both fastidious and funny, writes Ryan Gilbey.
Why movie spoofs aren’t as funny as they used to be.
Ryan Gilbey admires a fitting animated tribute to Edinburgh.
Great GBFs from Sal Mineo to Wallace Wells.
The documentary-maker on his "urban fox hunting" hoax - and why he frightens TV executives.
François Ozon’s films are drowning in self-reference, writes Ryan Gilbey.
From James Stewart to Toy Story 3, the way an actor speaks can trigger powerful emotions.
Ryan Gilbey wonders if Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz will ever work again.
Why was Kaboom pulled from FrightFest?