Film

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

Sponsored Content - 24 Feb 2020

Figures from art and film came together for the first Deutsche Bank Frieze Los Angeles Film Award

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

By Darran Anderson

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

Sponsored Content - 05 Feb 2020

Meet the ten emerging filmmakers shortlisted for the first Deutsche Bank Frieze Los Angeles Film Award

‘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

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

By Lewis Gordon

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

By Ren Ebel

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

By Lewis Gordon

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

Pain and Glory, the director’s best film in 15 years, is a moving meditation on mortality, heartbreak and cinema 

By Evan Moffitt