Projecting the past, present and future of cinema.
The explosive world of Czechoslovakian cinema.
Interrogating the damaging impact that the portrayal of psychiatrists in cinema can have.
The Farewell has resonated with second-generation Chinese migrants, but what do their parents think?
Celine Sciamma’s latest film provides a searing portrait into feminine sensuality and the politics of gaze
South Korean auteur Bong Joon-ho's latest film is a darkly comedic economic parable of inequality in East-Asian society.
We are a more globalised, diasporic and culturally-mixed audience than cinema has ever reached before. Let's act like it
Jordan Peele's Us can be seen as a reflection of America’s dark past
Simply marvellous quality.
Sophie Gallagher looks at the death of cinema and the dominance of downloads