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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Ryan Gilbey on film
21 November 2012
  David Lean’s 1962 Lawrence of Arabia is back in cinemas this week in a new 4K restoration of the...
Ryan Gilbey on film
16 November 2012
What an emotionally exhausting week this is for UK cinemagoers. Whichever way you slice it, whichever demographic you...
Ryan Gilbey on film
15 November 2012
Amour - review.
Cultural Capital
09 November 2012
In less than a decade, Michael Peña, a 36-year-old Chicago-born actor of Mexican parentage, has proved himself...
Culture
08 November 2012
Argo - review.
Cultural Capital
02 November 2012
It’s been a long time since the words “Star Wars” caused me to experience anything resembling...
Culture
01 November 2012
"The Master" and "The Shining".
Cultural Capital
26 October 2012
Reluctant as I am to rain on anyone’s parade, to cast a pall over the party before the sausage rolls have even...
Film
25 October 2012
Skyfall - review.
Cultural Capital
19 October 2012
Top of most cinemagoers’ to-do list over the coming months should be to catch the V&A’s Hollywood...
Cultural Capital
11 October 2012
Stephen King discusses The Shining, Jack Nicholson and Stanley Kubrick
Film
11 October 2012
On the Road (15) dir: Walter Salles The temptation to herald On the Road as the most insightful literary...
Cultural Capital
05 October 2012
It may not have escaped your attention that today is the fiftieth anniversary of the release of Dr No, the first James...
Film
04 October 2012
Taken 2 - review.
Cultural Capital
27 September 2012
  How encouraging that film exhibition in the UK is no longer facing the threat of extinction that loomed in the...

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