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  • The best of 2015 in cinematic nonfiction

    Robert Greene tenders his canon of the year’s top documentaries – 25 films that spoke deeper amidst the modern media clamour.

    Robert Greene
    Monday 18 January 2016


  • Video on: the cinema in David Bowie

    The late Starman put us all inside his show, says Frances Morgan.

    Frances Morgan
    Friday 15 January 2016


  • Alan Rickman, 1946-2016

    Michael Brooke on “our generation’s James Mason or Basil Rathbone”, a man who strode the screen with variously urbane, ominous and self-deprecating authority.

    Michael Brooke
    Thursday 14 January 2016


  • The Bergman-Rossellini ending variations

    Should Ingrid stay or should she go? Brad Stevens on Roberto Rossellini’s ambivalence across the multiple endings of Stromboli and Fear (La Paura) in circulation.

    Brad Stevens
    Tuesday 12 January 2016


  • In the city of scarce muses: Turin 2015

    Wandering wives and wondering husbands in Yaelle Kayam’s Mountain and José Luis Guirín’s The Academy of the Muses were the highlights of this year’s Turin Film Festival, reports Nick James.

    Nick James
    Wednesday 16 December 2015


  • No way home: Steven Spielberg’s roads to nirvana

    All the old binary definitions melt away as we follow one of the last great populists of American cinema over the horizon, argues Brad Stevens.

    Brad Stevens
    Tuesday 1 December 2015


  • Warren Mitchell, 1926-2015

    Andrew Roberts on the ‘funny foreigner’ who became Alf Garnett.

    Andrew Roberts
    Tuesday 1 December 2015


  • Day for night: the FrightFest Hallowe’en All-Dayer 2015

    Anton Bitel reports back from this year’s Halloween horror marathon, featuring three protagonists called Angela, two movies that really couldn’t be called horror and one gutsy chamber psychodrama set inside a tank.

    Anton Bitel
    Tuesday 24 November 2015


  • Saeed Jaffrey, 1929–2015

    Rachel Dwyer remembers the versatile and prolific character actor whose appeal crossed continents.

    Rachel Dwyer
    Tuesday 17 November 2015


  • Remembering Penelope Houston

    Our late editor, in the words of her colleagues.

    David Robinson, Richard Combs, Clyde Jeavons, Geoffrey Nowell-Smith, Jonathan Rosenbaum, Michelle Aubert, Anthony Smith, Pam Cook, Edward Buscombe, Ian Christie
    Thursday 12 November 2015


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