Netflix

Paywalls are going up everywhere, intellectual property is being jealously hoarded, and the long-predicted streaming wars are finally on

By Tom Morton

From parafactual entertainment to teen TV and the ‘flood’ of content

By Timotheus Vermeulen

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

Or, the links between Brexit and suspense television

By Timotheus Vermeulen

A timely documentary about the backslide into dictatorship reveals some uncomfortable home truths in the US

By Jack McGrath
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The Hollywood Reporter’s Deputy Editorial Director explores art and the entertainment industry - and gives her Oscar predictions

Scheming dealers, demonic sculptures and filthy lucre: in Dan Gilroy’s Faustian tale, art takes murderous revenge

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

A visual homage to the Netflix documentary

By Donna Huddleston

Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is full of other movies, yet it ignores the political and dialectical history of movies themselves

By Masha Tupitsyn

Narratively, the ‘choose your own adventure’ film is a dead-end, with repetition and wheel-spinning increasingly producing frustration

By Vadim Rizov

From Kader Attia's couscous sculptures and Isa Genzken's 'towers', to Rorschach tests and Tony Kushner's Angels in America

By Lynne Tillman

Jörg Heiser on memes, memory and Errol Morris's Wormwood

By Jörg Heiser