All articles by Geoff Andrew

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The sprawling brilliance of Robert Altman’s Nashville

We explore the dizzying ambition, creative ingenuity and technical innovation that went into the making of Robert Altman’s extraordinary, impressionistic portrait of Tennessee’s country music capital.

By Geoff Andrew

The sprawling brilliance of Robert Altman’s Nashville
Lists

The female gaze: 100 overlooked films directed by women

By Isabel Stevens, Bryony Dixon and others

The female gaze: 100 overlooked films directed by women
Features

What to watch at LFF: Never Gonna Snow Again, Malgorzata Szumowska’s enigmatic social satire

By Geoff Andrew

What to watch at LFF: Never Gonna Snow Again, Malgorzata Szumowska’s enigmatic social satire
Lists

Forgotten treasures of the multiplex

By Ryan Gilbey, Nick James and others

Forgotten treasures of the multiplex
BFI Recommends

BFI Recommends: The General

By Geoff Andrew

BFI Recommends: The General
Where to begin

Where to begin with Jacques Demy

By Geoff Andrew

Where to begin with Jacques Demy
Where to begin

Where to begin with Maurice Pialat

By Geoff Andrew

Where to begin with Maurice Pialat
Features

Cannes film festival 2019: the prize-winners

By Geoff Andrew

Cannes film festival 2019: the prize-winners
Features

Cannes film festival 2019: the prize-winners

By Geoff Andrew

Cannes film festival 2019: the prize-winners
News

What should have won the 2019 Cannes Palme d’Or?

By Isabel Stevens, Nick James and others

What should have won the 2019 Cannes Palme d’Or?
Reviews

The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmao first look: the odyssey of a fractured family from Brazil

By Geoff Andrew

The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmao first look: the odyssey of a fractured family from Brazil
Reviews

Little Joe first look: a heady lab-of-horrors mystery

By Geoff Andrew

Little Joe first look: a heady lab-of-horrors mystery
Reviews

Sorry We Missed You first look: Ken Loach delivers a stirring drama on the gig economy

By Geoff Andrew

Sorry We Missed You first look: Ken Loach delivers a stirring drama on the gig economy
Features

Panning for gold: Cannes 2019 Palme d’Or contenders

By Geoff Andrew

Panning for gold: Cannes 2019 Palme d’Or contenders
Where to begin

Where to begin with Jafar Panahi

By Geoff Andrew

Where to begin with Jafar Panahi
Where to begin

Where to begin with Jafar Panahi

By Geoff Andrew

Where to begin with Jafar Panahi
Features

Politics wins prizes – How big themes prevailed in the 2019 Berlin competition

By Geoff Andrew

Politics wins prizes – How big themes prevailed in the 2019 Berlin competition
Features

Politics wins prizes – How big themes prevailed in the 2019 Berlin competition

By Geoff Andrew

Politics wins prizes – How big themes prevailed in the 2019 Berlin competition
Reviews

Piranhas first look: tracing the rise of a Napolitan criminal whippersnapper

By Geoff Andrew

Piranhas first look: tracing the rise of a Napolitan criminal whippersnapper
Reviews

Berlinale first look: God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya is a vivid feminist satire

By Geoff Andrew

Berlinale first look: God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya is a vivid feminist satire
Reviews

Ghost Town Anthology review: Denis Côté explores a community haunted by grief

By Geoff Andrew

Ghost Town Anthology review: Denis Côté explores a community haunted by grief
Features

Who’s who in competition at the Berlin Film Festival 2019

By Geoff Andrew

Who’s who in competition at the Berlin Film Festival 2019
Features

Ingmar Bergman’s long-lost spy thriller

By Geoff Andrew

Ingmar Bergman’s long-lost spy thriller
Features

Cannes 2018: thoughts from Geoff Andrew

By Geoff Andrew

Cannes 2018: thoughts from Geoff Andrew
Features

Cannes 2018: thoughts from Geoff Andrew

By Geoff Andrew

Cannes 2018: thoughts from Geoff Andrew
Reviews

Ayka (The Little One) first look: Sergey Dvortsevoy tracks a runaway new mother in wintry Moscow

By Geoff Andrew

Ayka (The Little One) first look: Sergey Dvortsevoy tracks a runaway new mother in wintry Moscow
Reviews

At War (En Guerre) first look: Stéphane Brizé dramatises a fiery union rep’s fight for workers’ rights

By Geoff Andrew

At War (En Guerre) first look: Stéphane Brizé dramatises a fiery union rep’s fight for workers’ rights
Reviews

The Wild Pear Tree first look: Nuri Bilge Ceylan contemplates a restive rural homecoming

By Geoff Andrew

The Wild Pear Tree first look: Nuri Bilge Ceylan contemplates a restive rural homecoming
Reviews

Happy as Lazzaro first look: Alice Rohrwacher practises magic neorealism

By Geoff Andrew

Happy as Lazzaro first look: Alice Rohrwacher practises magic neorealism
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