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Parasite wins top award at the Eddies
Cathy Repola receives heritage award - 18 Jan 2020
by Jennie Kermode
French cinema chases the blues
Binoche comedy opens Paris film event - 17 Jan 2020
by Richard Mowe
Synchronic to open Glasgow Frightfest
Full line-up revealed - 16 Jan 2020
by Jennie Kermode
Sundance announces juries
Hawke, Rossellini, Rees and Araki all feature - 14 Jan 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood is Critics Choice Best Picture
Joaquin Phoenix and Renée Zellweger take top acting awards - 14 Jan 2020
by Jennie Kermode
Spike Lee to be president of Cannes
BlacKkKlansman director heads competition jury - 14 Jan 2020
by Richard Mowe
Joker leads in Oscar race
Full list of Academy Award nominations revealed - 13 Jan 2020
by Jennie Kermode
Femspectives line-up announced
Glasgow Feminist Film Festival returns for second year - 10 Jan 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
Jeremy Irons to head Berlin International Jury
British star says appointment is 'a treat' - 10 Jan 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
Glasgow announces opening and closing galas
Proxima and How To Build A Girl bookend festival - 09 Jan 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
Binoche to open French film jamboree
Paris rolls out the red carpet - despite the strikes - 08 Jan 2020
by Richard Mowe
Joker comes up trumps with 11 BAFTA nominations
..But chief 'disappointed' by lack of diversity - 07 Jan 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
Parasite triumphs in OFCS awards
Bong Joon Ho's film scoops six awards - 07 Jan 2020
by Amber Wilkinson
1917 is surprise Golden Globes winner
Awkwafina becomes first ever Asian woman to win a Globe - 06 Jan 2020
by Jennie Kermode
1 in 10 top grossing 2019 films directed by a woman
New report shows progress remains slow for people of colour - 03 Jan 2020
by Jennie Kermode
The Irishman leads OFCS nominations
Race to the top remains tight - 24 Dec 2019
by Jennie Kermode
Curzon Cinemas purchased by Cohen Media Group
Deal includes distributor Artificial Eye - 23 Dec 2019
by Jennie Kermode
Oscar Best International Film shortlist announced
New category replaces Best Foreign Language Film - 16 Dec 2019
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Oscar documentary race narrows
Tales of war, social conflict and environmental renewal lead the charge - 16 Dec 2019
by Jennie Kermode
Danny Aiello dies at 86
Cher and Spike Lee lead tributes - 13 Dec 2019
by Amber Wilkinson

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Ambiguity of the time
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Visual fantasy
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A heightened state
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Dressing the decades
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Sweeping you into the film
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Out of a fairy tale
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Energy and the soul
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Composing for history
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The key to the film
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Other dimensions
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Stormy life and career of a New Wave icon
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Four Weddings, Weinstein and working with the best
Mike Newell on his cult romcom hit, the disgraced producer and the state of pictures and politics today
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Apples and giraffes
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Immerse yourself
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Surreal road to redemption
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Rooted in reality
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Tied together by the moon Marco Bellocchio on the soundtrack, locations, nature and the moons in The Traitor

Precise construction Bertrand Bonello on Jacques Tourneur, George Romero and Zombi Child

Exploring human complexity Kôji Fukada on A Girl Missing, Alfred Hitchcock’s colour palette and Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker

Parasite wins top award at the Eddies Cathy Repola receives heritage award

French cinema chases the blues Binoche comedy opens Paris film event

Synchronic to open Glasgow Frightfest Full line-up revealed

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