All articles by Trevor Johnston

Reviews

Collective takes a scalpel to the contagion of corruption

Alexander Nanau’s coolly observed portrait of the aftermath of a deadly fire, exposing equally deadly fraud in the Romanian health service, puts the spotlight back on us all as public citizens.

By Trevor Johnston

Collective takes a scalpel to the contagion of corruption
Reviews

Hillbilly Elegy is white trash for tourists

By Trevor Johnston

Hillbilly Elegy is white trash for tourists
Reviews

Away review: more science and less soap would make this space opera soar

By Trevor Johnston

Away review: more science and less soap would make this space opera soar
Reviews

Real review: rebuilding Black lives in Portsmouth

By Trevor Johnston

Real review: rebuilding Black lives in Portsmouth
Reviews

I’m Thinking of Ending Things review: Charlie Kaufman’s new nightmare surpasses all expectations

By Trevor Johnston

I’m Thinking of Ending Things review: Charlie Kaufman’s new nightmare surpasses all expectations
Polls

Forgotten treasures of the multiplex

By Ryan Gilbey, Nick James and others

Forgotten treasures of the multiplex
Reviews

The Invincibles (director’s cut) review: the rebirth of a paranoid policier

By Trevor Johnston

The Invincibles (director’s cut) review: the rebirth of a paranoid policier
Interviews

Lockdown lessons: Sheffield Doc/Fest director Cíntia Gil on defending the collective experience of cinema

By Trevor Johnston

Lockdown lessons: Sheffield Doc/Fest director Cíntia Gil on defending the collective experience of cinema
Reviews

Hollywood review: Ryan Murphy rewrites post-war Tinseltown history

By Trevor Johnston

Hollywood review: Ryan Murphy rewrites post-war Tinseltown history
Features

Lockdown lessons: 13 UK film industry leaders on coping with Covid

By Isabel Stevens and Trevor Johnston

Lockdown lessons: 13 UK film industry leaders on coping with Covid
Reviews

Calm with Horses is a punchy gangland tragedy from west-country Ireland

By Trevor Johnston

Calm with Horses is a punchy gangland tragedy from west-country Ireland
Reviews

Calm with Horses review: a punchy gangland tragedy from west-country Ireland

By Trevor Johnston

Calm with Horses review: a punchy gangland tragedy from west-country Ireland
Reviews

Run review: a small-town Scottish Springsteen dreamer finds nothing but road

By Trevor Johnston

Run review: a small-town Scottish Springsteen dreamer finds nothing but road
Reviews

True History of the Kelly Gang review: a whirlwind of class and colonial discontent

By Trevor Johnston

True History of the Kelly Gang review: a whirlwind of class and colonial discontent
Reviews

Parasite review: Bong Joon Ho’s masterfully designed crime caper comes laced with satirical venom

By Trevor Johnston

Parasite review: Bong Joon Ho’s masterfully designed crime caper comes laced with satirical venom
Reviews

Pink Wall review: post-college relationship blues are laid bare in a fine debut

By Trevor Johnston

Pink Wall review: post-college relationship blues are laid bare in a fine debut
Reviews

Uncut Gems review: the Safdie brothers hit the sweet spot with this manic thrill-ride

By Trevor Johnston

Uncut Gems review: the Safdie brothers hit the sweet spot with this manic thrill-ride
Reviews

The Report review: Adam Driver uncovers shadowy CIA malpractice

By Trevor Johnston

The Report review: Adam Driver uncovers shadowy CIA malpractice
Reviews

Sorry We Missed You review: Ken Loach counts the cost of striving in austerity Britain

By Trevor Johnston

Sorry We Missed You review: Ken Loach counts the cost of striving in austerity Britain
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Hero review: an engrossing portrait of Trinidadian freedom fighter Ulric Cross

By Trevor Johnston

Hero review: an engrossing portrait of Trinidadian freedom fighter Ulric Cross
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Holmes and Watson review: a lumbering Sherlockian knockdown

By Trevor Johnston

Holmes and Watson review: a lumbering Sherlockian knockdown
Reviews

Welcome to Marwen review: toy soldiers fight real battles in Robert Zemeckis’s queer biopic-fantasia

By Trevor Johnston

Welcome to Marwen review: toy soldiers fight real battles in Robert Zemeckis’s queer biopic-fantasia
Reviews

Film of the week: Shoplifters reveals Koreeda’s masterfully light touch

By Trevor Johnston

Film of the week: Shoplifters reveals Koreeda’s masterfully light touch
Reviews

A Northern Soul review: essential viewing in the age of austerity

By Trevor Johnston

A Northern Soul review: essential viewing in the age of austerity
Reviews

The King review: a meandering roadtrip from Graceland to the White House

By Trevor Johnston

The King review: a meandering roadtrip from Graceland to the White House
Reviews

Film of the week: A Prayer Before Dawn delivers total sensory redemption in a Thai jail

By Trevor Johnston

Film of the week: A Prayer Before Dawn delivers total sensory redemption in a Thai jail
Interviews

Paul Schrader on First Reformed and the age of hopelessness: ‘Is my work here done?’

By Trevor Johnston

Paul Schrader on First Reformed and the age of hopelessness: ‘Is my work here done?’
Reviews

Film of the week: Arcadia remixes rural Britain

By Trevor Johnston

Film of the week: Arcadia remixes rural Britain
10 great

10 great films set in the prehistoric era

By Trevor Johnston

10 great films set in the prehistoric era
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