A postcard from Vilnius
by Amber Wilkinson
Some of the highlights from this year's film festival
Inspired by reality
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Phedon Papamichael on Levan Koguashvili, Alexander Payne, Aaron Sorkin, Shane Valentino and more
The agony and the ecstasy
by Jennie Kermode
Leigh Brooks on Life Of Agony and documentary The Sound Of Scars
Stay-at-Home Seven: March 28 to April 3
by Amber Wilkinson
TV and streaming highlights for the week ahead
Short cuts to success
by Andrew Robertson
All the inside details from the Glasgow Short Film Festival awards ceremony
Bringing Dune to life
by Jennie Kermode
Donald Mowat on the make-up that has earned him an Oscar nomination
Short and sweet
by Andrew Robertson
Inside the Glasgow Short Film Festival 2022
Vilnius stands with Ukraine
by Amber Wilkinson
Festival hosts day of fundraising screenings ahead of this year's edition
A good team
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Arnaud Desplechin on Grégoire Hetzel, Yorick Le Saux, Deception, Marion Cotillard and Frère Et Sœur
A modern love story
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Eva Husson and Odessa Young on Mothering Sunday
Stay-At-Home Seven: March 21 to 27
by Amber Wilkinson
TV picks for the week ahead
The man of the possibles
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Mathieu Amalric on John Zorn, Robert Musil, Thomas Bernhard, Jerry Lewis and Nanni Moretti
Streaming Spotlight: Time for sleep?
by Amber Wilkinson
This week we're catching some shut-eye at the movies
Baptism of fire with Audiard
by Richard Mowe
Paris, 13th District star Lucie Zhang on intimacy, acting techniques and Cannes high heels
Fighting back for families
by Jennie Kermode
Maria Grasso and Julie Collazo discuss immigrant justice and Split At The Root
Meeting at eye level
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Sarah Noa Bozenhardt on Among Us Women and finding universal connections
When they dance
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Nadav Lapid on Ahed’s Knee and his role in Antoine Barraud’s Madeleine Collins
Stay-At-Home Seven: March 14 to 20
by Amber Wilkinson
Films to catch on telly for the week ahead
Extreme filmmaking
by Jennie Kermode
Howard J Ford on a near death experience, shooting at height and The Ledge
On the crest of a wave
by Jennie Kermode
Martyn Robertson on Ride The Wave and surfing star Ben Larg
In sacred places
by Jennie Kermode
Kate Dolan on Irish folklore, depicting mental illness and You Are not My Mother
Unhappy in their own way
by Jennie Kermode
Sebastian Godwin on Homebound and what he's afraid of
Echoing stories
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet on Anaïs In Love (Les Amours d'Anaïs)
The new lioness of French cinema
by Richard Mowe
Happening director Audrey Diwan on abortion, prizes, equality and truth
The road to Madeleine
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Antoine Barraud on Hitchcock, double lives and Madeleine Collins
Stay-At-Home Seven: March 8 to 13
by Amber Wilkinson
Films to catch on telly and streaming services this week
The collapse in the dance
by Jennie Kermode
Agnieszka Woszczynska on Silent Land and the fragility of European values
Streaming spotlight – the best of Glasgow past
by Jennie Kermode and Andrew Robertson
A selection of highlights from previous Glasgow Film Festivals
A different class of imposter
by Amber Wilkinson
Alan Cumming and Jono McLeod on truth, lies and memories in My Old School
Getting to the root of it
by Jennie Kermode
Lynne Davison on making magic in Mandrake
Something in the water
by Jennie Kermode
Jonas Chernick and Jeremy LaLonde on taking risks and making Ashgrove
Marceau takes the plunge with Ozon
by Richard Mowe
The Everything Went Fine star talks death, desire, choices and corsets
Not willing to be contained
by Anne-Katrin Titze
William E Badgley on Here To Be Heard: The Story Of The Slits' connection to Don Letts and Rebel Dread
Stay-At-Home Seven: February 28 to March 6
by Amber Wilkinson
Films to catch on telly and streaming services for the next seven days
What to watch in Glasgow
by Jennie Kermode
A Banquet, Tigers, Rebel Dread, Benedetta, True Things and You Are Not My Mother
All kinds of possibilities
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Maria Tatar on Ex Machina, The Hunger Games, Little Women and The Heroine With 1,001 Faces
The homecoming
by Jennie Kermode
Max Currie on trans representation, masculinity and Rurangi
Streaming Spotlight - The inn crowd
by Amber Wilkinson
On World Bar Tender day we raise a glass to pubs on film
Philip Roth calling
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Arnaud Desplechin on Deception and a conversation with Philip Roth
Taking the lead
by Amber Wilkinson
Dale Dickey on stepping into the spotlight and her first onscreen romantic kiss in A Love Song
Stay-At-Home Seven: February 22 to March 1
by Amber Wilkinson
Films to catch on TV and streaming services this week
The essence of saying goodbye
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Martin Strange-Hansen and Kim Magnusson discuss Oscar nominee On My Mind
A Love Song to Colorado
by Amber Wilkinson
Max Walker-Silverman on casting and quiet in his debut
An original score
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Lisa Hurwitz on Colin Powell, Michael Levine, Mel Brooks, Hummie Mann and The Automat
Hollowed out
by Jennie Kermode
Ruth Paxton on neatness, food, a pervading sense of dread, and A Banquet
Love and sex in lockdown
by Richard Mowe
Audiard gets under the covers with young singles in Paris, 13th District
In a different light
by Jennie Kermode
Sam H Freeman and Ng Choon Ping discuss Femme
Cinematic qualities
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Levan Koguashvili on Women From Georgia and Oscar submission Brighton 4th
New German talents pick 2021 favourites
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Face to Face with German Films in 2022 filmmakers share their thoughts
Stay-At-Home Seven: February 14 to 20
by Amber Wilkinson
Films to stream or watch on TV this week
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