With ‘Sicario’, The Devil Is In The Details
Sicario is a holiday in hell, a searing and visceral tour of places you would never, ever want to visit. It is also one of the year's best films.
Louis Theroux’s Scientology Documentary Is the Film to Catch At This Year’s LFF
If you only see one film at the festival, let's face it, this is the one.
Paul Giamatti Is the Ultimate Movie Manager
Why does Giamatti ALWAYS play the manager?
The Outsider's View: Agnès Varda’s California
She captured loneliness in LA better than anyone.
This Week’s Movie News in GIFs
The Hateful Eight are riding into town this Christmas.
The Many Problems with 2015's Trailers - and the Solutions
So. Many. YouTube. Teasers
This Guy Owns a $300,000 Movie Collection
His rival collector is none other than Martin Scorsese.
"It Was Like A Hundred Years of Therapy": Talking 'The Wolfpack' With Crystal Moselle
You can synopsise The Wolfpack in one sentence and see why it has become such a hit.
Oscars Ahoy, the Trailer for Todd Haynes’ ‘Carol’ Has Landed
The 50s-set romance looks set to clean up come awards season.
These Films Nailed 70s Production Design
The 70s-set 'Diary of A Teenage Girl' just joined this bunch.
This Documentary on Stretch & Bobbito Needs to Happen
The legendary radio show launched the careers of Big L, Jay Z, Nas and many others.
Art Links Of The Week: Artists Pay Tribute To Michael Brown
The best in this week's art news.