Film

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The activist and videomaker’s adaptation of Nikolai Erdman’s The Suicide (1928) is a production of pure absurdity in the face of mortality

BY Mackenzie Lukenbill | 23 SEP 21

With the UK film release of Jack London’s novel Martin Eden, Caitlin Quinlan speaks to the director about the adaption's themes of class, mobility and hazardous individual success

BY Caitlin Quinlan | 04 AUG 21

The surreal rock opera, which opened this year’s Cannes Film Festival, is gritty muscial examining sex, power and family relations under intense glare of fame

BY Carlos Valladares | 02 AUG 21

In the group show ‘More Life’ at David Zwirner, the late filmmaker is celebrated for his contributions as a Black gay artist at the height of the AIDS pandemic  

BY Logan Lockner | 30 JUL 21

In Awoye Timpo’s reimagining of Gunn’s play, a father and son grapple with visions of accomplishment that deny autonomy and identity

BY Beatrice Loayza | 29 JUL 21

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