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Ahead of the UK premiere of ‘Triangle of Sadness’, the Swedish director talks to Rory O’Connor about his latest jab at the mega rich

BY Rory O'Connor | 07 OCT 22

Patrik Sandberg on his years of friendship with the legendary filmmaker

BY Patrik Sandberg | 23 MAY 22

Rory O’Connor watches the filmmaker’s distinctive oeuvre which brings low-budget austerity to the film festival circuit

BY Rory O'Connor | 23 MAY 22

Ahead of her presentation in the French Pavilion at this year's Venice Biennale, Zineb Sedira speaks with Róisín Tapponi about the influence of Third Worldist cinema and transnational alliances on her practice 

BY Róisín Tapponi | 20 APR 22

Caitlin Quinlan speaks to director Joachim Trier about coming of age and how to capture the spirit of a city

BY Caitlin Quinlan | 24 MAR 22

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

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

With preventable fires and flooding destroying many of Brazil's cultural institutions, what's at stake for the country's most significant film and television archive?

BY Ela Bittencourt | 10 MAY 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

Silvia Lara is the recipient of the inaugural Deutsche Bank Frieze Los Angeles Film Award. Her film comprises poetic vignettes, capturing the essence of life in her home town of Whittier, California through the perspective of its residents

 

In Collaboration with Deutsche Bank

The much-hyped festive blockbuster staring Kristen Stewart may be sold as heart-warming seasonal tale, but it presents as a painful watch, wrapped-up in outdated clichés of the queer experience

BY Rosanna McLaughlin | 11 DEC 20

Remi Weekes transposes the classic haunted house genre to a mouldering council flat inhabited by South Sudanese refugees

BY John Menick | 26 NOV 20

John Kelsey on how the French iconoclast rewrites film history, one image at a time

BY John Kelsey | 30 OCT 20

The new Netflix documentary is a distraction from the drive to regulate tech companies, including Netflix itself

BY John Menick | 29 OCT 20

The filmmaker’s latest documentary, Swimming Out till the Sea Turns Blue, is an object study of the generations affected by industrialization

BY Anthony Hawley | 26 OCT 20

The gothic tales of notorious racist H.P. Lovecraft provide source material for HBO’s new show about ‘the hauntedness of Black life’

BY Ian Bourland | 11 SEP 20

The first blockbuster to return to theatres demonstrates Hollywood’s eagerness to ‘exploit bodily presence for profit’ during the pandemic

 

BY John Menick | 03 SEP 20

The artist’s exhibition at Galerie Imane Farès, Paris, shows the multiple faces of resistance

BY Oriane Durand | 17 AUG 20

‘First Cow’, the director’s seventh feature film, which began streaming 10 July, offers a humanistic alternative to the grand myths of Manifest Destiny

BY Tausif Noor | 15 JUL 20

In the director’s sweeping new Vietnam War film, it is never clear ‘who is the colonizer and who is the colonized’ 

BY Ian Bourland | 19 JUN 20