All articles by Geoff Andrew

Features

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
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
Features

Cannes film festival 2019: the prize-winners

By Geoff Andrew

Cannes film festival 2019: the prize-winners
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

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
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
Features

Who’s who in competition at Cannes 2018

By Geoff Andrew

Who’s who in competition at Cannes 2018
Features

The Touch: Ingmar Bergman’s most misunderstood masterwork?

By Geoff Andrew

The Touch: Ingmar Bergman’s most misunderstood masterwork?
Festivals

British films at Berlin 2018

By Geoff Andrew

British films at Berlin 2018
Where to begin

Where to begin with Abbas Kiarostami

By Geoff Andrew

Where to begin with Abbas Kiarostami
Features

Cannes 2017: thoughts from Geoff Andrew

By Geoff Andrew

Cannes 2017: thoughts from Geoff Andrew
News

What should have won the 2017 Cannes Palme d’Or?

By Nick James, Geoff Andrew and others

What should have won the 2017 Cannes Palme d’Or?
Features

70 years of Cannes… and this will be my 30th

By Geoff Andrew

70 years of Cannes… and this will be my 30th
Features

Fable and fantasy find favour at Berlin 2017

By Geoff Andrew

Fable and fantasy find favour at Berlin 2017
Features

British films at Berlin 2017

By Geoff Andrew

British films at Berlin 2017
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 Robert Altman

By Geoff Andrew

Where to begin with Robert Altman
Reviews

Fire at Sea – first look

By Geoff Andrew

Fire at Sea – first look
Features

Remembering Philip French

By Geoff Andrew

Remembering Philip French
Features

My Cannes top 15

By Geoff Andrew

My Cannes top 15
Features

Charulata: the pinnacle of Satyajit Ray’s art

By Geoff Andrew

Charulata: the pinnacle of Satyajit Ray’s art
Features

Cannes 2014: a roundup

By Geoff Andrew

Cannes 2014: a roundup
News

Timbuktu first-look review: an eloquent and complex Malian j’accuse

By Geoff Andrew

Timbuktu first-look review: an eloquent and complex Malian j’accuse
Lists

International Women’s Day: 29 inspiring women in film

By Adrienne Rashbrook-Cooper, Alex Davidson and others

International Women’s Day: 29 inspiring women in film
Features

Gentle magic: Kiarostami’s Like Someone in Love

By Geoff Andrew

Gentle magic: Kiarostami’s Like Someone in Love
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