Kevin B. Lee considers the digital circus mastery of Hollywood’s leading computer-generated-animal engineers.
Tracking a journey of camera journeys from Hard Eight to There Will Be Blood, Kevin B. Lee wonders if the director has put away showy things.
With Jack Kerouac’s era-defining 1957 cult novel On the Road finally reaching the screen as costume drama, Stuart Heaney remembers the writer’s celluloid fellow-travellers.
Battleship Potemkin is a standby in ‘best ever’ polls. But what of those silent classics revived in recent years?
Adam Dawtrey dips into the archives of the completion guarantee company Film Finances.
Our Directors’ Poll voted Tokyo Story the Greatest Film of All Time. Thom Andersen explains why its maker is the greatest of directors.