Harry Welsh investigates the racism underlying the mechanics of film.
Anna Egerton and Freya Newman review another offering from the Mardi Gras film festival, She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry.
Anna Egerton reviews a film about homosexual relationships in Kenya.
Shareeka Helaluddin reviews the toothless, but necessary, Dear White People.
Imogen Gardam is sick of dealing with dudes.
Don’t be too quick to trust police media sources, writes Subeta Vimalarajah.
Benjamin Bolton and Leigh Nicholson think that trans* characters need to be at the fore of their own films.
Salvation is only a sing-a-long away, writes Mary Ward.
Where have all the funny people gone, wonders Luca Moretti.
Sophie Gallagher looks at the death of cinema and the dominance of downloads