Five Films We’re Looking Forward To In 2016
If this year’s films are anything to go by, 2016 is going to be pretty great.
The Race for Space: Star Wars' Many Cheap Imitators
When Star Wars became the most successful movie ever made, entrepreneurial producers quickly headed into space.
Ice And The Sky Takes A Scientific Look at Climate Change
Ice and the Sky examines the career of glaciologist Claude Lorius and his work in the Antarctic.
Ridiculous Action Remakes That Need To Happen
With the Point Break remake imminent, we imagine how some of our favourite '80s and '90s action films could get a modern spin.
Orion Is A Star-Spangled Story Of Aspiration And Exploitation
Orion: The Man Who Would Be King tells the fascinating story of Jimmy Ellis - a singer promoted as a sparkly ‘reincarnation’ of Elvis. We spoke to Jeanie Finlay, the film's director.
The Grand Tradition Of The Single Day Film Setting
To celebrate the release of Tangerine, we look at the grand tradition of low budget cinema – the single day setting.
The Dystopian Games of Cinema
The future is rarely a happy place in movies, but one thing that unites so many of these nightmarish visions is their violent games.
Brooklyn Is A Compelling Story About A Woman's Strength
The film addresses difficult questions of national and personal identities with warmth, humour and emotion.
Little White Lies Get Spooky With Their Latest Exhibition
The film magazine is hosting a Halloween-themed exhibition with work from some amazing illustrators.
Lenny Abrahamson’s Room Won’t Be Swallowed By Darkness
We spoke to Lenny Abrahamson, the director of Room - winner of the Grolsch People’s Choice Award at Toronto International Film Festival.
Black Mass and Hollywood's Strange Prosthetics
What's with the funny face? We look at the weird world of Hollywood prosthetics.
This Week's Movie News in GIFs
Hail Caesar! The Coen Brothers are back!