Ryan Gilbey is the New Statesman's film critic. He is also the author of It Don't Worry Me (Faber), about 1970s US cinema, and a study of Groundhog Day in the "Modern Classics" series (BFI Publishing). He was named reviewer of the year in the 2007 Press Gazette awards.

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Cultural Capital
21 September 2012
Regular readers of this blog will not need reminding that I am apt to sing the praises of the great Australian director...
Culture
20 September 2012
Savages - review.
Cultural Capital
14 September 2012
The Little Angel Theatre  opened up shop in Islington, north London, in 1961. It’s a treasure trove of...
Culture
13 September 2012
To Rome With Love - review.
Cultural Capital
06 September 2012
A properly dynamic programme.
Film
05 September 2012
The house that Jackie built.
Film
30 August 2012
Shows us teenagers as they really are.
Film
23 August 2012
Glances say more than words in this IRA thriller.
Cultural Capital
21 August 2012
A master manipulator of suspense.
Cultural Capital
17 August 2012
Divine presences in the movies.
Film
15 August 2012
Williams saves this film from tweeness.
Film
08 August 2012
Brave (PG) dirs: Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman Rich, vivid, overflowing with untamed passion. But enough about...
Cultural Capital
02 August 2012
Picture the scene: the newspaper magnate Charles Foster Kane is gravely ill in bed at his crumbling mansion, his staff...
Cultural Capital
30 July 2012
  Cinema has a significant presence at the London Olympics, and not only because it is a film director, Danny...
Culture
26 July 2012
As chosen by NS film critic Ryan Gilbey.

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