All articles by Philip Concannon

Reviews

Boiling Point captures a chef’s night from hell filmed in one continuous shot

Director Philip Barantini makes us feel every excruciating minute of tension in a restaurant drama starring Stephen Graham as a chef on the edge

By Philip Concannon

Boiling Point captures a chef’s night from hell filmed in one continuous shot
Interviews

“I hate making movies!”: Terry Gilliam on his cursed Don Quixote adaptation

By Philip Concannon

“I hate making movies!”: Terry Gilliam on his cursed Don Quixote adaptation
Features

Il Cinema Ritrovato 2020: keeping film alive against all odds

By Philip Concannon

Il Cinema Ritrovato 2020: keeping film alive against all odds
Interviews

“People can justify awful things through their faith”: Antonio Campos on The Devil All the Time

By Philip Concannon

“People can justify awful things through their faith”: Antonio Campos on The Devil All the Time
Reviews

Queen & Slim review: a languid affair for two fugitive lovers

By Philip Concannon

Queen & Slim review: a languid affair for two fugitive lovers
Reviews

1917 orchestrates World War I as a one-shot action ride

By Philip Concannon

1917 orchestrates World War I as a one-shot action ride
Interviews

“I know how to hype myself up now”: Robert Pattinson on making The Lighthouse

By Philip Concannon

“I know how to hype myself up now”: Robert Pattinson on making The Lighthouse
Reviews

1917 review: Sam Mendes orchestrates World War I as a one-shot action ride

By Philip Concannon

1917 review: Sam Mendes orchestrates World War I as a one-shot action ride
Features

The African musical masterpiece you’ve never seen

By Philip Concannon

The African musical masterpiece you’ve never seen
Reviews

Luce review: this race drama is a rigged game

By Philip Concannon

Luce review: this race drama is a rigged game
Reviews

Muscle shows how not to build a man

By Philip Concannon

Muscle shows how not to build a man
Reviews

Muscle review: how not to build a man

By Philip Concannon

Muscle review: how not to build a man
Interviews

Mark Jenkin on Bait: “A sense of otherness is important”

By Philip Concannon

Mark Jenkin on Bait: “A sense of otherness is important”
Features

Bernardo Bertolucci obituary: an extraordinary director of visually outstanding cinema

By Philip Concannon

Bernardo Bertolucci obituary: an extraordinary director of visually outstanding cinema
News

Podcast: Widows, Ash Is Purest White and three more highlights of the 2018 London Film Festival

By Isabel Stevens, Philip Concannon and others

Podcast: Widows, Ash Is Purest White and three more highlights of the 2018 London Film Festival
10 great

Kevin Costner: 10 essential films

By Philip Concannon, Michael Leader and others

Kevin Costner: 10 essential films
Interviews

Pat Collins: “Song of Granite is as much about humanity as it is about Irish identity”

By Philip Concannon

Pat Collins: “Song of Granite is as much about humanity as it is about Irish identity”