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Reviews

Call Me By Your Name is a ravishing evocation of romance

Luca Guadagnino's sun-kissed queer love story revels in the erotic tension of an encounter between a teenager and an older man.

By Paul O’Callaghan

Call Me By Your Name is a ravishing evocation of romance
Interviews

Madeline’s Madeline director Josephine Decker: “There’s a thirst for responsibility in storytelling”

By Paul O’Callaghan

Madeline’s Madeline director Josephine Decker: “There’s a thirst for responsibility in storytelling”
Features

Four things to say about Four Weddings now it’s 25

By Paul O’Callaghan

Four things to say about Four Weddings now it’s 25
Where to begin

Where to begin with the Marvel Cinematic Universe

By Paul O’Callaghan

Where to begin with the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Features

Eyes Wide Shut, 20 years on: how does Stanley Kubrick’s last testament stand up?

By Paul O’Callaghan

Eyes Wide Shut, 20 years on: how does Stanley Kubrick’s last testament stand up?
Interviews

Richard Billingham on Ray & Liz: “I lived through the Thatcher era, and it was horrible if you were poor”

By Paul O’Callaghan

Richard Billingham on Ray & Liz: “I lived through the Thatcher era, and it was horrible if you were poor”
Features

5 trails for navigating Westworld

By Paul O’Callaghan

5 trails for navigating Westworld
10 great

10 great unreleased films of 2017

By Katherine McLaughlin and Paul O’Callaghan

10 great unreleased films of 2017
10 great

10 great anime films of the 21st century

By Paul O’Callaghan

10 great anime films of the 21st century
10 great

10 great films set in the Midlands

By Paul O’Callaghan

10 great films set in the Midlands
10 great

10 great war films of the 21st century

By Paul O’Callaghan

10 great war films of the 21st century
10 great

10 great costume dramas of the 21st century

By Paul O’Callaghan

10 great costume dramas of the 21st century
10 great

10 great overlooked neo-noirs

By Paul O’Callaghan

10 great overlooked neo-noirs
Features

How The Shawshank Redemption became the internet’s favourite film

By Paul O’Callaghan

How The Shawshank Redemption became the internet’s favourite film
Interviews

Deborah Haywood’s prickly debut Pin Cushion: ‘It’s easier to explore taboo subjects like a fairytale’

By Paul O’Callaghan

Deborah Haywood’s prickly debut Pin Cushion: ‘It’s easier to explore taboo subjects like a fairytale’
Features

The Full Monty phenomenon... 20 years on

By Paul O’Callaghan

The Full Monty phenomenon... 20 years on
Still lives

19 sun-kissed snapshots of seaside holidays in 1960s Bournemouth

By Paul O’Callaghan

19 sun-kissed snapshots of seaside holidays in 1960s Bournemouth
World of influence

From Radiohead to Christopher Nolan: the influences that shaped psychodrama The Ghoul

By Paul O’Callaghan

From Radiohead to Christopher Nolan: the influences that shaped psychodrama The Ghoul
Still lives

15 revealing pictures showing the Southern Railway experience 80 years ago

By Paul O’Callaghan

15 revealing pictures showing the Southern Railway experience 80 years ago
Features

5 reasons to celebrate Princess Mononoke: Hayao Miyazaki’s animated masterpiece turns 20

By Paul O’Callaghan

5 reasons to celebrate Princess Mononoke: Hayao Miyazaki’s animated masterpiece turns 20
Still lives

15 snapshots of teddy boy style and swagger in early 1970s Birmingham

By Paul O’Callaghan

15 snapshots of teddy boy style and swagger in early 1970s Birmingham
Still lives

Fishing fanatics in 1970s County Fermanagh: 18 snapshots of rivals on the rod

By Paul O’Callaghan

Fishing fanatics in 1970s County Fermanagh: 18 snapshots of rivals on the rod
Still lives

18 pictures showing idyllic life in the London suburbs, 1930s style

By Paul O’Callaghan

18 pictures showing idyllic life in the London suburbs, 1930s style
Still lives

Meet Stoke City FC’s 1970s superfans

By Paul O’Callaghan

Meet Stoke City FC’s 1970s superfans
Features

5 films that paved the way for David Fincher’s Se7en

By Paul O’Callaghan

5 films that paved the way for David Fincher’s Se7en
Still lives

20 vivid snapshots of historic Aberdeen at the dawn of the 1970s

By Paul O’Callaghan

20 vivid snapshots of historic Aberdeen at the dawn of the 1970s
Features

20 sobering snapshots of Belfast during the Troubles

By Paul O’Callaghan

20 sobering snapshots of Belfast during the Troubles
Still lives

20 pictures revealing the mystery of the farm on the M62

By Paul O’Callaghan

20 pictures revealing the mystery of the farm on the M62
Features

In praise of Pam Grier in Quentin Tarantino’s Jackie Brown

By Paul O’Callaghan

In praise of Pam Grier in Quentin Tarantino’s Jackie Brown
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