They're taking new shapes.
The Oscar Pistorius affair has exposed the fragility of South Africa’s post-apartheid settlement.
Niece to meet you.
Cinema is dead, long live cinema!
The shortest film ever nominated for an Oscar.
A great night for Argo, Daniel Day-Lewis, Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Lawrence and Ang Lee.
We are the world.
Reviewed: Mea Maxima Culpa.
Django Unchained should be rewarded for flouting the felicity criterion.
Juddering to a halt.
We sent Bim to Cuddle her Favourite Critic.
Films like Argo, Lincoln, and Zero Dark Thirty demonstrate that we empathise much more easily with characters when we believe we are witnessing real events.
The BFI screens rarely-seen films from the great era of British steelmaking.
An inspiring watch that explores the role advertising played in Chile's progress.
Every addict has to hit bottom before they can get better.
Walter Hill, Sly Stallone and when a film-maker is past his prime.
A demented love story with bullets instead of kisses.
Tarantino's new film does a disservice to the oppressed.
Steven Spielberg’s "Lincoln" reviewed.
What to look out for on the big screen this year.
An extravagantly decorated cake of a film with nothing inside but the wisdom of a fortune cookie.
Peter Jackson has managed to dart off in new directions as he returns to Middle Earth.
The former Libertine isn't very good at playing a libertine.
Welcome to the mobsters' ball.
Thomas Vinterberg's latest film is a commendably cool study of hysteria.
The excess baggage in this film is thankfully relieved by Robert De Niro's grumpy-funny turn.
"Lawrence of Arabia" is back in the cinemas, bigger than ever