Sarah Taylor reviews Manchester Art Gallery’s retrospective exhibition on the life and works of prolific filmmaker, artist, and activist Derek Jarman.
Our writers consider their favourite political films, in light of the student elections
It’s 1973, and in the San Fernando Valley a long hot summer has just begun. On the school picture day, 15-year-old Gary Valentine, a precocious child actor meets Alana Kane, a frustrated, bitingly sarcastic 25-year-old perpetually stuck in adolescent ennui.
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Joel Coen’s The Tragedy of Macbeth is an aesthetic dream that artfully shakes up the Shakespeare cliches of the last decade and offers something truly unique.
All I want for Christmas is better rom-coms. Emotions shouldn’t be this formulaic
Bethan Ingman compares a classic festive favourite to it’s 2021 remake Home Sweet Home Alone
House of Gucci is an aesthetically pleasing portrayal of the Italian high-end luxury fashion house in the 70s and 80s.
Hollywood’s most recent international remake is undeniably a thrilling watch but, despite its extortionate budget, fails to match the Danish original
Film editor Benjy Klauber looks back at some of the best, and worst, depictions of university life in British film and TV.
Florrie Evans reviews a Ryusuke Hamaguchi adaptation of Haruki Murakami’s short story Drive My Car
Four of our film writers give their predictions for the upcoming Academy Awards
Lacking that fix of cinema? Here’s a cohesive list of the most exciting things going on in Manchester and across the film world for the next month
Is C’mon C’mon worth the rave reviews? Sophie Hicks reviews the latest sensation to come from A24
Here are our least favourite Christmas films, so you can stay jolly this Christmas season
Benedict Cumberbatch stars as an intimidating ranchman in this new family melodrama set to the backdrop of a Western
Fact and fiction intertwine to unsatisfying ends in this genre-defying film about policing in Mexico.