The UK Film Council wasn't perfect, but we need a high-profile campaign to support home-grown movies
But amid the gloom, is there some good news for British film?
Stefan Simanowitz goes to the pictures with the people of Western Sahara.
The British director on his new picture, Ivul - and on living in the treetops.
A dreamy Britishness survives translation into French.
Exclusive details of the forthcoming movie about the life of the Nirvana frontman.
The summer blockbuster season is tinged with sadness.
It’s disturbing how easily Hollywood overlooks violence against women.
Does a racist rant spell the end of Mel Gibson’s career?
...but he loves Milton Friedman.
Powerful acting recalls the aftermath of the 7/7 attacks.
The star of Frownland breaks through the slickness of movie acting.
Isabelle Huppert adorns a subtle post-colonial drama.
Would these films make your top ten?
And does "A Single Man" boast this year's finest music?
Steve McQueen said scarcely a word on screen, and his unspoken power was enough to silence women co-
Two directors prove they are well past their prime, writes Ryan Gilbey.
Follwing the release of rock parody "Get Him to the Greek", here's the Top 10 songs in the Fictional
The director talks about adapting Naomi Klein -- and the morality of on-screen violence.
Ryan Gilbey on a smart but overly preachy morality drama.
Some movies seem to spell bad luck for everyone involved.
A 1971 short film brings the ideas behind "Crash" to eerie life.
A longer version of this week's NS interview.
“I didn’t feel like throwing confetti over Clegg and Cameron.”
Ben Stiller's anti-hero takes the shine off life in LA.
If only studios had more faith in their own movies.
There is nothing edgy or iconoclastic about violence against women.
Ryan Gilbey wonders why British directors seem to do better in Hollywood.
The late star made a great contribution to the canon of cinema about Los Angeles.