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  • She who wears the trousers

    In Hollywood movies, trousers still mark out a woman, says Brad Stevens.

    Brad Stevens
    Thursday 5 March 2015

    Bradlands

  • From the Magazine

    Film of the week: Dreamcatcher

    Neither ‘happy hookers’ nor tragic victims, the women of Kim Longinotto’s latest game-changing documentary are helping themselves out of helplessness – together. Sophie Mayer on a redoubtable portrait.

    Sophie Mayer
    Thursday 5 March 2015

    Reviews and recommendations

  • Toon of the month: Yield

    Reanimation: Caleb Wood pays tribute to those felled on the byway, says Chris Robinson.

    Chris Robinson
    Thursday 5 March 2015

    Bytes

  • From the Magazine

    Film of the week: It Follows

    David Robert Mitchell’s imaginative young-adult twist on horror’s implacable-pursuit mode puts rare emphasis on virtue and solidarity, says Kim Newman.

    Kim Newman
    Friday 27 February 2015

    Reviews and recommendations

  • Lang may yer lum reek: Glasgow at the movies

    Emma Jackson reviews the Mitchell Library’s exhibition celebrating the city’s history of gallus film-going.

    Emma Jackson
    Thursday 26 February 2015

    Reviews and recommendations

  • Films for film’s sake: Tromsø 2015

    James Bell reports on how the ‘Paris of the north’ flies the flag for cinema in the Arctic circle.

    James Bell
    Thursday 26 February 2015

    Festivals

  • Inside your head: conceptual science fiction

    Low-budget, high-philosophy sci-fi forays – including the recent Ex Machina, Predestination and Coherence – remind us of the intrinsic visionary potential of imaginative narrative and editing, says Jonathan Romney.

    Jonathan Romney
    Tuesday 24 February 2015

    Features

  • From the Magazine

    The great game: Adam Curtis’s Bitter Lake

    The extraordinary footage assembled in Adam Curtis’s powerful film about the tangled history of Afghanistan offers some welcome insights – but in his bid to counteract the lazy fables of good and evil beloved of some politicians, is the director in danger of oversimplification too? By Jason Burke.

    Jason Burke
    Monday 23 February 2015

    TV

  • I turn my back on you: black movie poster art

    Isabel Stevens on black film posters that both succumbed to and defied racism.

    Isabel Stevens
    Sunday 22 February 2015

    The pictures

  • From the Magazine

    Documentary of the week: Maidan

    Sergei Loznitsa’s epic yet intimate canvas of Kiev’s 2013-14 Maidan protests brings out the multifariousness of our lives together, as well as the mess and the beauty of this particular crisis, says Hannah McGill.

    Hannah McGill
    Friday 20 February 2015

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