Streaming spotlight: films to be proud of
by Jennie Kermode
How cinema has recorded and influenced LGBTI history
Stay-At-Home Seven: June 1-6
by Amber Wilkinson
Streaming and TV highlights this week
That’s the way to do it
by Jennie Kermode
Mirrah Foulkes on timelessness, theatricality and Judy & Punch
Streaming Spotlight: Sundance With Subtitles
by Amber Wilkinson
This week we look at some world cinema gems from the indie festival
Changing visions
by Jennie Kermode
Nicholas Ashe Bateman on doing things differently in The Wanting Mare
Forbidden fruit
by Jennie Kermode
Keola Racela on wholesomeness, horror and comedy in Porno
Stay-At-Home Seven: May 25-June 1
by Amber Wilkinson
A selection of films to catch on UK TV and streaming services this week.
Bringing fantasy to life
by Jennie Kermode
Nicholas Ashe Bateman on fantasy, technology, time and The Wanting Mare
Streaming spotlight: the need for speed
by Jennie Kermode
The car movies you can't live without
Piccoli - a monument of French cinema
by Richard Mowe
Last exit at 94 for actor who started as an extra
Stay-At-Home Seven: May 18-24
by Amber Wilkinson
Movies to catch on UK TV and streaming services this week
Streaming Spotlight on Sundance
by Amber Wilkinson
US indie gems you can stream from the festival
Teen odyssey
by Jamie Dunn
We talk to Never Rarely Sometimes Always director Eliza Hittman and star Sidney Flanigan about their quietly devastating drama
Stay-At-Home Seven: May 11-17
by Amber Wilkinson
Films to watch on UK TV and streaming services this week
Streaming Spotlight: Healthcare workers in film
by Jennie Kermode
Doctors, nurses and carers on the silver screen
Score Spotlight: Ennio Morricone's The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
by Max Blinkhorn
The first in an occasional series looking at classic film music
Fantasia through the looking glass
by Jennie Kermode
Mitch Davis on the challenge of taking the famous Montreal festival online
Stay-At-Home Seven: May 4-10
by Amber Wilkinson
Films to catch on UK TV and streaming services this week
Streaming Spotlight - The Write Stuff
by Amber Wilkinson
To celebrate World Press Freedom day, we take a look at journalism and journalists on film
Stay-At-Home Seven: April 27-May 3
by Amber Wilkinson
Films to catch on UK TV and streaming services this week
Streaming spotlight: dreams in darkness
by Jennie Kermode
High Gothic drama, horror and romance you can watch from home
Binoche’s object of desire
by Richard Mowe
Newcomer François Civil talks inspiration, secrets and working with a legend
No end in sight
by Jamie Dunn
Denis Côté on the allegorical nature of Ghost Town Anthology and why he likes to leave his films as 'open objects'
Inside view of musical discord
by Richard Mowe
Director Ina Weisse talks about a protegé under pressure in The Audition
Stay-At-Home Seven: April 10-26 - Streaming and TV suggestions
by Amber Wilkinson
Our weekly selection of films to catch on TV and UK streaming services
Streaming Spotlight - In on the action
by Jennie Kermode
The best sports documentaries to watch online
Actors on the barricades
by Richard Mowe
Cast of Les Misérables talk chemistry, stereotypes and awareness
Stay-At-Home Seven: April 12-19
by Amber Wilkinson
Streaming and TV recommendations this week
Bottoms up
by Jennie Kermode
Tyler Cornack on the ins and outs of Butt Boy
Streaming Spotlight - Wildlife documentaries
by Amber Wilkinson
As the Tiger King creates waves, we recommend films that capture animals in their natural environment
Stay-At-Home Seven: April 6-11
by Amber Wilkinson
This week's dose of films to catch on TV and UK streaming services
Streaming Spotlight - Spain
by Amber Wilkinson
Films to catch on demand
The watcher being watched
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Isabelle Huppert on Brendan Gleeson, Greg Kinnear, Frankie and Gabrielle
Stay-At-Home Seven: March 30-April 5
by Amber Wilkinson
Our weekly round-up of films to catch on UK streaming services and television
Real school of life
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Géza Röhrig on Jesse Eisenberg and shooting Resistance with Jonathan Jakubowicz
Shakespeare films to watch online
by Jennie Kermode
Cinema takes on the bard
Choosing values
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Rebecca Zlotowski on Benoît Magimel, Nuno Lopez, Marie NDiaye’s novel and An Easy Girl
Jacket required
by Richard Mowe
Deerskin director Quentin Dupieux on obsession, humour and horror in his latest film
How Binoche seduced Deneuve
by Richard Mowe
Two stars finally rub along famously in The Truth
Stay-At-Home Seven: March 23-29
by Amber Wilkinson
This week's dose of films to catch on UK streaming services and television
Shifting fairy tales
by Anne-Katrin Titze and Ed Bahlman
Atom Egoyan on rabbits, restaurants and Mychael Danna and Shannon Graham's music for Guest Of Honour
Stay-At-Home Seven
by Amber Wilkinson
The first in a new weekly feature recommending films to watch from your couch
Evanescent nature
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Stéphane Batut on the costumes in Burning Ghost and the importance of American movies
Intertextuality
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Rebecca Zlotowski on An Easy Girl, an homage to Éric Rohmer and Les Sauvages
Exploring an inner life
by Jennie Kermode
Ric Burns on capturing empathy and courage in Oliver Sacks: His Own Life
Tonie Marshall: France’s female warrior
by Richard Mowe
Director who took on sexism in Woman Up! dies at 68
Tales from the crematorium
by Jennie Kermode
Ryan Spindell on Clancy Brown, Caitlin Custer and The Mortuary Collection
A shared vision
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Benh Zeitlin on developing relationships and a shared vision with Eliza Zeitlin for Wendy
Encounter with a towering genius
by Richard Mowe
Memories of an interview with Max von Sydow
In strange days
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 11&12: Rose Glass, Joe Begos, Caitlin Moran and Eighties disco action
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Changing visions Nicholas Ashe Bateman on doing things differently in The Wanting Mare

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