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Why Devil in a Blue Dress should’ve been a hit.
Drew Dixon's experiences with Russell Simmons show how racism has helped to silence black rape victims.
The 1986 film from the Talking Heads frontman feels as zesty now as it did on its original release.
In Lee’s latest film, four black Vietnam veterans return to Saigon in the present day.
Richard Kelly's science-fiction comedy was widely derided on release in 2006, but it has since found a cult audience.
Now that I think about it, the cinema is probably the place where my phone is farthest from my body.
Carol Reed’s postwar mystery, available to stream from this week, wears its greatness lightly.
The early Noughties film, starring Renée Zellweger and Ewan McGregor, left me so giddy I watched it twice.
Like two other recent films by female directors – Portrait of a Lady on Fire and The Assistant – the picture addresses male abuses of power without ceding the dramatic focus to the aggressors.
Two new films by this cerebral director, different in style and subject matter but with a similar line in droll, doleful observation, are released this week.
Before lockdown I went to the cinema with an almost religious regularity every Sunday night. These days the ritual looks a little different.