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  • Euan Lloyd 1923-2016

    We remember the producer of popular British action films including Who Dares Wins and The Wild Geese, who received unlikely acclaim from Stanley Kubrick.

    James Blackford
    Monday 4 July 2016

    Features

  • Long arm of the lore: Robin Hardy on The Wicker Man

    Mauled by the studio, obsessed over by fans, deconstructed by academics, remade with Nicolas Cage – yet the pagan British weirdness of The Wicker Man remains fresh. Unveiling The Final Cut in 2013, its director recalls the making of a myth to Vic Pratt.

    Vic Pratt
    Monday 4 July 2016

    Features

  • Futuristic Telford 40 years ago

    See mills turn to malls as six villages become a gleaming Shropshire new town.

    Daniel Noall
    Friday 1 July 2016

    Features

  • Film of the week: From Afar

    Still lives: last year’s Venice Golden Lion winner is a tautly minimalist, darkly brave study of male intimacy across the tracks in Venezuela, says Demetrios Matheou.

    Demetrios Matheou
    Friday 1 July 2016

    Reviews and recommendations

  • This Way Up: Exhibition Innovation conference set for Glasgow

    Early bird tickets are now on sale for the third edition of the conference which looks at audience behaviours, emerging trends, and the future of cinema.

    Friday 1 July 2016

    Announcements

  • 10 great swashbucklers

    With pirates, swordplay, musketeers and outlaws galore, few films come more rousingly entertaining than these swashbuckling classics from the golden age of Hollywood.

    David Parkinson
    Thursday 30 June 2016

    Lists

  • Home of the weak: Out of the Past and four ways of framing film noir

    How can we define films noir? Are they really all about fatalism, and gynophobia – or could the richest of them actually hint at what it means to lose the rat race, asks Brad Stevens?

    Brad Stevens
    Thursday 30 June 2016

    Bradlands

  • Silk and steel: the life of Olivia de Havilland

    On the eve of her 100th birthday, Farran Smith Nehme celebrates the career of the last of the great pre-World War II Hollywood stars, a woman who was not only a fabulous performer but also a thorn in the side of the studios, winning a key legal battle for which every actor in Tinseltown owed a debt of gratitude.​

    Farran Smith Nehme
    Wednesday 29 June 2016

    Features

  • Space invaders hit 1970s Camden Town

    What happened the day the Moon Men landed in Camden Town? At a time when many were experimenting with alternative approaches to learning and living, the Inter-Action Trust offered 70s Londoners an activity camp with a difference…

    Rebecca Vick
    Wednesday 29 June 2016

    Features

  • From Bresson to video art: the influences on mind-bending thriller Remainder

    Director Omer Fast reveals the influences on his elliptical and original debut feature.

    Nikki Baughan
    Tuesday 28 June 2016

    Features

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