All articles by Josh Slater-Williams

Reviews

Martyrs Lane invites an angelic, ghostly child into a family home

British writer-director Ruth Platt’s vicarage-set return to horror deals in body horror and emotional power rather than set piece shocks.

By Josh Slater-Williams

Martyrs Lane invites an angelic, ghostly child into a family home
Interviews

Wildfire: Cathy Brady and Nora-Jane Noone on their Irish border drama

By Josh Slater-Williams

Wildfire: Cathy Brady and Nora-Jane Noone on their Irish border drama
Lists

10 to see at the Edinburgh Film Festival 2021

By Josh Slater-Williams

10 to see at the Edinburgh Film Festival 2021
10 great

10 great horror sequels

By Josh Slater-Williams

10 great horror sequels
10 great

10 great debut films by music video directors

By Josh Slater-Williams

10 great debut films by music video directors
Lists

10 things to watch at the Glasgow Film Festival 2020

By Josh Slater-Williams

10 things to watch at the Glasgow Film Festival 2020
Features

A year of lockdown: the screen culture that got us through it

By Henry Barnes, Whelan Barzey and others

A year of lockdown: the screen culture that got us through it
Features

What to watch at the Glasgow Film Festival 2021

By Josh Slater-Williams

What to watch at the Glasgow Film Festival 2021
Where to stream

Where to stream the best Scottish films

By Josh Slater-Williams

Where to stream the best Scottish films
Interviews

I can remember it for you wholesale: The making of Total Recall, 30 years on

By Josh Slater-Williams

I can remember it for you wholesale: The making of Total Recall, 30 years on
Interviews

“I used the cinema to learn about the world” – Daphne director Peter Mackie Burns on making his second film, Rialto

By Josh Slater-Williams

“I used the cinema to learn about the world” – Daphne director Peter Mackie Burns on making his second film, Rialto
Interviews

She Dies Tomorrow: Amy Seimetz on her timely contagion film

By Josh Slater-Williams

She Dies Tomorrow: Amy Seimetz on her timely contagion film
10 great

10 great Scottish youth films

By Josh Slater-Williams

10 great Scottish youth films
Where to begin

Where to begin with Atom Egoyan

By Josh Slater-Williams

Where to begin with Atom Egoyan
News

GFF20 vs. COVID-19: four takeaways from Glasgow Film Festival 2020

By Josh Slater-Williams

GFF20 vs. COVID-19: four takeaways from Glasgow Film Festival 2020
Interviews

5 Bruce Springsteen songs and how they influenced my drag-racing drama Run

By Josh Slater-Williams

5 Bruce Springsteen songs and how they influenced my drag-racing drama Run
Interviews

Five Bruce Springsteen songs and how they influenced my drag-racing drama Run

By Josh Slater-Williams

Five Bruce Springsteen songs and how they influenced my drag-racing drama Run
Features

10 things to watch at the Glasgow Film Festival 2020

By Josh Slater-Williams

10 things to watch at the Glasgow Film Festival 2020
Interviews

Atom Egoyan: How we made Exotica – 25th anniversary

By Josh Slater-Williams

Atom Egoyan: How we made Exotica – 25th anniversary
Interviews

Judy & Punch: Mirrah Foulkes gives the puppet-show a 21st-century twist

By Josh Slater-Williams

Judy & Punch: Mirrah Foulkes gives the puppet-show a 21st-century twist
Features

Ad Astra director James Gray’s American masterpiece... and why UK audiences never saw it

By Josh Slater-Williams

Ad Astra director James Gray’s American masterpiece... and why UK audiences never saw it
Interviews

Between London, Lagos and Lincolnshire: Shola Amoo on The Last Tree

By Josh Slater-Williams

Between London, Lagos and Lincolnshire: Shola Amoo on The Last Tree
Reviews

A Girl Missing review: Koji Fukada examines the complexities of guilt

By Josh Slater-Williams

A Girl Missing review: Koji Fukada examines the complexities of guilt
Interviews

Sophie Hyde on Animals: ‘We don’t just come of age once and then we’re adults forever. We keep coming of age.’

By Josh Slater-Williams

Sophie Hyde on Animals: ‘We don’t just come of age once and then we’re adults forever. We keep coming of age.’
News

The bitter and the sweet: British features at Edinburgh 2019

By Josh Slater-Williams

The bitter and the sweet: British features at Edinburgh 2019
Interviews

William McGregor on the ‘slow burn, anti-capitalist folk horror’ of Gwen

By Josh Slater-Williams

William McGregor on the ‘slow burn, anti-capitalist folk horror’ of Gwen
Lists

10 to see at the 2019 Edinburgh International Film Festival

By Josh Slater-Williams

10 to see at the 2019 Edinburgh International Film Festival
Interviews

Dirty God: ‘I saw a young burn survivor and flinched. Everybody around her did the same’

By Josh Slater-Williams

Dirty God: ‘I saw a young burn survivor and flinched. Everybody around her did the same’
Interviews

Dirty God: ‘I saw a young burn survivor and flinched. Everybody around her did the same’

By Josh Slater-Williams

Dirty God: ‘I saw a young burn survivor and flinched. Everybody around her did the same’
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