Film

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

By Lewis Gordon

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

Matt Wolf’s new film, ‘Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project’, is an astonishing portrait of an almost incomprehensible endeavour

By Dan Fox

From storyboards to full-sized film sets, the artist’s show at Tim Van Laere, Antwerp, plays with cinematic techniques to make us believe in a constructed world

By Hettie Judah

The new film is neither as sombre and meditative as the work of contemporaries such as Robert Redford, nor as adaptive as the real-world activism of Jane Fonda

By Ian Bourland

Marwa Arsanios’s latest documentary offers a powerful glimpse at the autonomous movement now being torn apart

By David Markus

A new spirit of bleak realism and self-questioning has infiltrated comic adaptations everywhere

By Tom Morton

At New York’s Lincoln Center, the artist’s films speak to the enduring violence caused by forced exile

By Shiv Kotecha

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The British filmmaker discusses ‘The Souvenir’, her latest acclaimed picture, at Frieze

A report from this year’s MeetDocs Eastern Ukrainian Film Festival in Kharkiv

By Maxim Edwards