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Snapchat, Facebook and the migrant crisis all enter the frame in Michael Haneke’s new satire Happy End, but is he an internet addict like the rest of us?
Monday 27 November 2017
Rising British star and Danny Boyle collaborator Harris Dickinson discusses mastering a Brooklyn accent and how sex scenes reveal a lot about his character in gay teen drama Beach Rats.
Monday 20 November 2017
Perhaps the most famous scene in the history of cinema, the shower killing in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho is examined in forensic detail in the new documentary 78/52. Director Alexandre O. Philippe tells us what he found behind the curtain.
Wednesday 25 October 2017
Welsh-Zambian director Rungano Nyoni has made a splash with her debut feature, a joyfully feminist and satirical story about a nine-year-old exiled to a ‘witch camp’. But, as she tells Stephen Dalton, in this industry she’s taking nothing for granted.
Wednesday 18 October 2017
She drinks, smokes and enjoys casual sex, yet characters like Daphne don’t come along very often. Director Peter Mackie Burns tells us why his debut is a modern London film with a difference.
Monday 25 September 2017
British screenwriter Jane Goldman’s films have made more than a billion dollars at the box office. With Kingsman: The Golden Circle now playing at BFI IMAX, we asked her which spy movies make her tick.
Friday 22 September 2017
Venice Critics’ Week opener Pin Cushion is a devilishly dark coming-of-age movie with hints of Carrie and Michael Haneke. We caught up with director Deborah Haywood following its world premiere.
Wednesday 6 September 2017
Director Francis Lee reveals hidden meanings and painstaking craft in his acclaimed debut, God’s Own Country, a gay love story set against the Yorkshire countryside.
Thursday 31 August 2017
Director Shubhashish Bhutiani reveals what inspired him while making his affecting debut film Hotel Salvation, about an ageing father who travels with his son to the holy city of Varanasi.
Tuesday 22 August 2017
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