All articles by Kambole Campbell

Reviews

Mulan review: live-action Disney remake feels more retrograde than the original

Niki Caro’s warrior-woman story displays a more antiquated take on gender roles than is found in the wuxia films that inspired it, and the stunts are no substitute for the original songs.

By Kambole Campbell

Mulan review: live-action Disney remake feels more retrograde than the original
Lists

50 key anime films

By Nick Bradshaw, Darren Ashmore and others

50 key anime films
Videos

Critics’ talk: an introduction to anime (for BFI at Home)

By Michael Leader, Kambole Campbell and others

Critics’ talk: an introduction to anime (for BFI at Home)
Features

Family guy: The anime worlds of Mamoru Hosoda

By Kambole Campbell

Family guy: The anime worlds of Mamoru Hosoda
Interviews

How we animated Luis Buñuel – The making of Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles

By Kambole Campbell

How we animated Luis Buñuel – The making of Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles
Lists

The best Japanese film of every year – from 1925 to now

By Alejandra Armendáriz-Hernández, Kambole Campbell and others

The best Japanese film of every year – from 1925 to now
Where to begin

Where to begin with Studio Ghibli

By Kambole Campbell

Where to begin with Studio Ghibli

The best musical of every year – from the dawn of sound to the rise of the jukebox musical

By Grace Barber-Plentie, Kambole Campbell and others

The best musical of every year – from the dawn of sound to the rise of the jukebox musical
Reviews

Just Mercy first look: Michael B Jordan leads a legal rescue drama on the front lines of death row

By Kambole Campbell

Just Mercy first look: Michael B Jordan leads a legal rescue drama on the front lines of death row
Reviews

Dolemite Is My Name: Eddie Murphy stars in a bawdy biopic of Rudy Ray Moore

By Kambole Campbell

Dolemite Is My Name: Eddie Murphy stars in a bawdy biopic of Rudy Ray Moore
Features

Neon Genesis Evangelion: Return to Tokyo-3

By Kambole Campbell

Neon Genesis Evangelion: Return to Tokyo-3
Reviews

Berlinale first look: A Colony captures a high-schooler’s tribal angst

By Kambole Campbell

Berlinale first look: A Colony captures a high-schooler’s tribal angst
Reviews

Berlinale first look: The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind takes a fresh look at a familiar crisis

By Kambole Campbell

Berlinale first look: The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind takes a fresh look at a familiar crisis
Reviews

37 Seconds first look: debut filmmaker Hikari looks at desire and discrimination with compassion

By Kambole Campbell

37 Seconds first look: debut filmmaker Hikari looks at desire and discrimination with compassion