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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

From his parodies of celebrity culture to his depiction of gender identities, there is still a lot to unpack on the centenary of the film director’s birth

BY Jamie Mackay | 30 APR 20

Can Reiner Holzemer’s documentary finally lift the lid on the famously private designer? 

BY Hettie Judah | 28 APR 20

Steven Zultanski on the Chicago-based cult video artist

BY Steven Zultanski | 20 APR 20

The artist’s exhibition at Centre d’art contemporain Passerelle, Brest, blends gender, race and class politics with science fiction

BY Wilson Tarbox | 15 APR 20

The most urgent works at this year’s 70th Berlinale Film Festival are about coming to terms with culture’s inherited mythologies

BY Anthony Hawley | 03 MAR 20
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Figures from art and film came together for the first Deutsche Bank Frieze Los Angeles Film Award

24 FEB 20

In the beloved Japanese anime films, childhood is a fantastic place of nightmare and wonder

BY Darran Anderson | 21 FEB 20

Premiering in the US and UK this month, Céline Sciamma’s lesbian period drama employs the myth of Orpheus to re-centre the female gaze

BY Cassie Packard | 18 FEB 20
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Meet the ten emerging filmmakers shortlisted for the first Deutsche Bank Frieze Los Angeles Film Award

05 FEB 20
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The artist’s nocturnal examination of glacial landscapes works towards ‘a new way of seeing’

31 JAN 20

‘A living, breathing work of art’: Prospect Cottage in Dungeness is as much a part of Jarman’s legacy as his films, writing and paintings

BY Chris Sharratt | 29 JAN 20

A crop of Hollywood ‘grifter’ films reflect growing pessimism about the state of capitalism 

BY Lewis Gordon | 24 JAN 20

With rapid cuts, spatial leaps and sudden bursts of sound, two films at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, create a maze-like experience

BY Ren Ebel | 06 JAN 20

In the 2010s, cinema grappled with the most tangible effects of the climate crisis 

BY Lewis Gordon | 02 JAN 20

In the 2010s, nearly every blockbuster film has been a visual-effects-driven fantasy spectacle owned and distributed by a single corporation

BY Gerry Canavan | 06 DEC 19