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Jungle Fever at 30: Spike Lee’s thorny interracial love story

Three decades on from its Cannes premiere, Spike Lee’s pessimistic portrait of an interracial relationship, with Wesley Snipes and Annabella Sciorra as ill-fated lovers, remains one of his most provocative releases.

By Alex Ramon

Jungle Fever at 30: Spike Lee’s thorny interracial love story
Interviews

Barry Jenkins is rebuilding American history with The Underground Railroad

By Devika Girish

Barry Jenkins is rebuilding American history with The Underground Railroad
Reviews

Antebellum is an unpleasantly brutal depiction of anti-Black racism

By Leila Latif

Antebellum is an unpleasantly brutal depiction of anti-Black racism
Reviews

Apples is a memorably deadpan take on the will to forget

By Anton Bitel

Apples is a memorably deadpan take on the will to forget
Reviews

Atlantis imagines mere glints of hope in a post-traumatic Ukraine

By Jessica Kiang

Atlantis imagines mere glints of hope in a post-traumatic Ukraine
Features

In pictures: Makeup in the age of the flapper

By Nigel Arthur

In pictures: Makeup in the age of the flapper
News

New BFI Blu-rays and DVDs announced for July/August 2021

New BFI Blu-rays and DVDs announced for July/August 2021
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