Two of the most interesting films from this year's Berlinale festival were created by alumni of Harvard's Sensory Ethnography Lab

The derelict Croydon airport, Batman as a sainted figure, and a potential new work: a road movie going nowhere

How the volatile political climate in the US might influence this year’s voting

Themes of youth, travel and work eddy through Eduardo Williams’s debut feature

Drowning sorrows and watching Warhol’s Drunk aka Drink

Raúl Ruiz, City of Pirates, 1983, film still

From Anthony Burgess being bitchy to a primer for Xenofeminism: what to read this weekend

The Revenant to Toni Erdmann to Elle: a look back at the year's best films

Barry Jenkins's new film about growing up black and gay is raw, sincere and game-changing

Rediscovering the pioneers of African-American cinema

Irony and honesty combine in the work of the late Ellen Cantor

On Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake, winner of the Palme d'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival

Artists' Film - 13 Oct 2016

Coinciding with their current show at Carroll / Fletcher, London, John Wood and Paul Harrison share and explain four of their early films