The doyenne of Hollywood costume designers was a perfect perfectionist match for the Master of Suspense, finds Thirza Wakefield.
Mar Diestro-Dópido cuts her own Spanish pathway across the festival’s Cult, Experimenta and Dare strands to find a trio of films steeped in loneliness, memories and death.
Nick Hasted on a trio of double takes from World War II.
The British short filmmaker tells Carmen Gray how he respun his mother’s pre-marital desert escapades into a compelling – and Cannes-winning – allegory of emancipation.
Our editor straps on his goggles, loosens his waistband and prepares to boldly plumb the uncharted regions of the London Film Festival.
Histories of strife in India, Israel/Palestine and Indonesia stood out in this year’s cineaste Mecca in the Rockies, found Joshua Jelly-Schapiro.