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
16 May 2013
Diane Abbott is not the first public figure to generate headlines with the phrase “masculinity in crisis....
Ryan Gilbey on Film
16 May 2013
Reviewed: The Great Gatsby.
Ryan Gilbey on Film
10 May 2013
He's really something, isn't he?
Ryan Gilbey on Film
08 May 2013
Our Children (15) Joachim Lafosse There can be few larger gulfs between marketing and product than the one that...
Ryan Gilbey on Film
02 May 2013
To mark the 50th anniversary of John Schlesinger’s Billy Liar (scripted by Keith Waterhouse from his own novel),...
Ryan Gilbey on Film
01 May 2013
I’m So Excited (15) dir: Pedro Almodóva Pedro Almodóvar’s new film is a ribald sex comedy...
Ryan Gilbey on Film
26 April 2013
Mags to riches.
Ryan Gilbey on Film
23 April 2013
Reviewed: Iron Man 3.
Cultural Capital
19 April 2013
Bernardo Bertolucci returns after eight years.
Ryan Gilbey on Film
10 April 2013
A good gander at Gosling.
Cultural Capital
10 April 2013
Reviewed: A Late Quartet.
Ryan Gilbey on Film
28 March 2013
Here’s looking at you, kid.
22 March 2013
"I Am Divine" pieces together the life of the famous drag queen.
Ryan Gilbey on Film
21 March 2013
Brits, glitz and grit.
Ryan Gilbey on Film
14 March 2013
Why Hollywood will miss the wisest man in cinema.

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