All articles by Ann Lee

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In the mood for loneliness and longing: how Wong Kar Wai depicts emotion

Cinema’s poet of solitude, heartbreak and desire, Wong Kar Wai makes films that enchant the senses. As a new season of his work launches online, Ann Lee explores a cinematic world of intense feeling.

By Ann Lee

In the mood for loneliness and longing: how Wong Kar Wai depicts emotion
Interviews

Michael Fassbender v Brendan Gleeson: director Adam Smith on crime drama Trespass against Us

By Ann Lee

Michael Fassbender v Brendan Gleeson: director Adam Smith on crime drama Trespass against Us
Features

Ang Lee: 6 films that changed my life

By Ann Lee

Ang Lee: 6 films that changed my life
10 great

10 great films of 1997

By Geoff Andrew, Nikki Baughan and others

10 great films of 1997
Where to begin

Where to begin with Wong Kar Wai

By Ann Lee

Where to begin with Wong Kar Wai
Interviews

Dear White People: ‘all we had during awards season were tragic depictions of the black experience’

By Ann Lee

Dear White People: ‘all we had during awards season were tragic depictions of the black experience’
Interviews

Slow West: ‘I wanted to make a film about desperation’

By Ann Lee

Slow West: ‘I wanted to make a film about desperation’
Interviews

Hyena: ‘London is battered, beaten and confused’

By Ann Lee

Hyena: ‘London is battered, beaten and confused’