All articles by Stephen Dalton

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David Bowie, film fan

From German expressionist classics to golden-age Hollywood, David Bowie was a voracious and knowledgeable cinephile. In the year he would have turned 75, we explore the films that made him tick.

By Stephen Dalton

David Bowie, film fan
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MTV at 40: four generations on how the iconic music channel rocked their youth

By Michael Atkinson, Whelan Barzey and others

MTV at 40: four generations on how the iconic music channel rocked their youth
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A saucy seaside postcard gone mad: the Pet Shop Boys and It Couldn’t Happen Here

By Stephen Dalton

A saucy seaside postcard gone mad: the Pet Shop Boys and It Couldn’t Happen Here
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Children of Men: Why Alfonso Cuarón’s anti-Blade Runner looks more relevant than ever

By Stephen Dalton

Children of Men: Why Alfonso Cuarón’s anti-Blade Runner looks more relevant than ever
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Velvet Goldmine: 20 years on, has the time come for Cool Britannia’s Citizen Kane?

By Stephen Dalton

Velvet Goldmine: 20 years on, has the time come for Cool Britannia’s Citizen Kane?
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How we learned to start worrying and love conspiracy movies

By Stephen Dalton

How we learned to start worrying and love conspiracy movies
Interviews

I Am Not a Witch: ‘We’re in a time when it’s fashionable to get black female directors’

By Stephen Dalton

I Am Not a Witch: ‘We’re in a time when it’s fashionable to get black female directors’
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6 ways cult show The Prisoner prepared us for the modern world

By Stephen Dalton

6 ways cult show The Prisoner prepared us for the modern world
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Blade Runner: anatomy of a classic

By Stephen Dalton

Blade Runner: anatomy of a classic