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  • Film of the week: Swiss Army Man

    The washed-up corpse of Daniel Radcliffe coaxes Paul Dano’s suicidal castaway back to the pleasures of the flesh in this resourcefully way-out body-buddy comedy, says Adam Nayman.
    Friday 30 September 2016

  • London Film Festival 2016: my five picks (and five hopes) – Isabel Stevens

    What to watch at this year’s LFF? In the first of our editor’s personal selections, Isabel Stevens tips her hat to four hits from Cannes, and anticipates new movies from Kelly Reichardt and Matías Piñeiro alongside the revival of Julie Dash’s Daughters of the Dust.
    Friday 30 September 2016

  • The case for unfair use

    Advocates of creative fair use have won a number of battles against the tyranny of unlimited copyright in recent years. But do attempts to pin down the rules of engagement risk losing the artistic war, asks Charlie Lyne?
    Friday 30 September 2016

  • Film of the week: The Girl with All the Gifts

    Meet the new breed: Sennia Nanua excels as a human/zombie hybrid with a destiny in Colm McCarthy’s gorily potent post-apocalyptic horror, says Nikki Baughan.
    Monday 26 September 2016

  • Into the Inferno review: Werner Herzog communes with volcanos

    Ben Nicholson on Werner Herzog and Cambridge professor Clive Oppenheimer’s wispy but winningly insouciant geological jaunt around the earth’s fiery maws.
    Tuesday 27 September 2016

  • Michael O’Pray obituary: Film and Video Umbrella founder who helped artists’ film flourish

    David Curtis on the professor, writer and curator who championed experimental filmmakers from Kenneth Anger and Andy Warhol to Derek Jarman, Bill Viola, Jan Švankmajer and the Brothers Quay.
    Friday 23 September 2016

  • Film of the week: The Clan

    A true-life tale of a family firm of kidnappers casts some light on Argentina’s dark post-dictatorship soul in Pablo Trapero’s latest gutsy social thriller, says Maria Delgado.
    Saturday 17 September 2016

  • Video: Haunted memories – the cinema of Víctor Erice

    Adrian Martin and Cristina Álvarez López explore the joy and regret of nostalgia with one of the cinema’s great, spare poets of sense-memory.
    Friday 2 September 2016

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