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Ahead of the premiere of Bergman Island (2021) at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, director Mia Hansen-Løve talks to Rory O’Connor about the task of capturing youth and the future of cinema

BY Rory O'Connor | 07 JUL 21

The director’s latest film questions the reality of social media tropes and the boundaries between ‘genuine’ and ‘performed’ in a world of online influencers

 

BY Leila Sackur | 06 JUL 21

In the first of a series of events partnered with MUBI, the artist discusses love, empathy and sexuality in Glazer’s 2013 masterpiece

BY Sean Burns | 04 JUN 21

After months of lockdown, cinemas in the UK re-open with Pedro Almodóvar’s smart, chic short 

BY Philippa Snow | 20 MAY 21

At a time of enforced distancing, Sharon Hayes’s Ricerche: two examines the intimacy of women’s American football teams

BY Maddie Klett | 19 MAY 21

Brian Dillon on the television programme’s museum of images and memories 

BY Brian Dillon | 11 MAY 21

How the Chinese YouTube sensation has seduced urban dwellers worldwide

BY Julian Junyuan Feng | 23 APR 21

Thomas Vinterberg’s latest film about a group of middle-aged men finding happiness through the habitual consumption of alcohol is sentimental and without complexity

BY Kristian Vistrup Madsen | 21 APR 21

In his new film, White Cube, the artist – again – perpetuates the very form of exploitation he is criticizing

BY Eric Otieno Sumba | 07 APR 21

The most exciting works of the first online edition of the festival look at strategies of care and ways of refusing neoliberalism

BY Anthony Hawley | 11 MAR 21

Curtis’s new BBC series, Can’t Get You Out of My Head, depicts the repetitive bleakness of individualism, but how can we collectively envision an alternative?

BY Amar Ediriwira | 08 MAR 21

Ahead of his 13th feature film, Saint Narcisse, the cult film director speaks with Michael Bullock about the importance of self-love and self-exposure 

BY Michael Bullock AND Bruce LaBruce | 05 MAR 21

A.S. Hamrah on the portrayal of ‘red America’ in Hillbilly Elegy, Rebuilding Paradise and Nomadland

BY A.S. Hamrah | 23 FEB 21

Skaka King's film on the life and assassination of Black Panther leader Fred Hampton exceptionally examines the ever-present interplay between race and capital

BY Ian Bourland | 16 FEB 21

A Sundance highlight, the director’s debut is a nuanced exploration of lives either side of the ‘colour line’

BY Leila Latif | 10 FEB 21

The artist’s first feature film depicts a mother-daughter pair of grifters trying to stay afloat through financial recession 

BY Travis Diehl | 05 FEB 21

Despite a brilliant performance by Carey Mulligan, the post-#MeToo thriller is an anti-climax 

BY Philippa Snow | 19 JAN 21

As the iconic reality series airs its 20th and final season, and amongst rumours of ‘Kimye’s’ divorce, Alissa Bennett explores how the Kardashians changed American culture – and themselves

BY Alissa Bennett | 08 JAN 21

The films and books that kept us afloat in a calamitous year

BY Anthony Hawley | 03 JAN 21

The new documentary is packed with original footage and voice recordings from the late artist

BY Cassie Packard | 26 NOV 20