Waving my feminist flag, I stepped through the BFI Southbank’s doors to a glorious sea of intelligent, creative and beautiful women, all with the same vision in mind: to spend the day encouraging, empowering and supporting women in the...
Film editor Holly Wade reviews Star Trek: Into Darkness, which is one of many summer blockbusters.
Arts Editor Johanne Elster Hanson explores the multifaceted and highly influential work of filmmaker Ingmar Bergman in the year celebrating his centenary. 2018 marked the centenary of legendary Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman’s birth. Bergman, who wrote and directed more than...
The current innovations in terms of technologies used in cinema are mainly due to the production companies' certainty that 3D, IMAX and 360 degrees will allow them to maintain a difference between the big screen and TV. But such...
Nobody directs quite like Quentin Tarantino, and The Hateful Eight is further evidence of his glorious style. Here, he takes on the Western genre and injects mystery into it, as eight strangers find themselves snowed in, trapped in a...
Submarine made quite a splash in 2010 with its darkly funny portrayal of socially dysfunctional, middle-aged teenager Oliver Tate who philosophises about everything from burning leg hair to dead dogs. Whilst we could bang on about Alex Turner’s beautifully...