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Peter Jackson juggles homely and epic like spinning plates in this expansive, theatrical first third of his adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkein’s prelude to (and later revisions of) The Lord of the Rings.
Alongside his acclaimed photography work, William Klein has spent the last 50 years making probing documentaries and irreverent features. In our January issue, he looks back over his long career in cinema.
With its blocked-screenwriter-in-‘real’-intrigue plot, Martin McDonagh’s self-reflexive, shaggy-dog follow-up to In Bruges tries valiantly to have its cake and eat it, says Trevor Johnston.
Melissa Bradshaw talks to the collaborators behind Her Ghost, a multi-media performance piece that throws Chris Marker’s masterpiece of time-travel for a loop.
Ashley Clark roams the continent’s latest comedies, dramas and documentaries in this burgeoning London showcase.
We asked over 90 international critics to nominate their top five films and their highlights of 2012…