Documentary film bears a specific responsibility in preserving lives and legacies with its ability to visually immortalize historical movements, personal reflections, and community spaces beyond the constraints of memory.
Starring Robin Williams, this 1996 US remake of a 1970s French farce celebrated the joy of being gay in a way that was radical, writes Emily Maskell.
'Tis the season, dear reader, of the Bridgerton obsession. After the Netflix show's high-society social season drama graced our screens at the end of last year, Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear set out to answer the simple question: What if Bridgerton was a musical?
As ‘My Own Private Idaho’ turns 30, we examine the modern films that’ve given new life to the wild west.
The Regency aesthetic is back. I spoke to Madelaine Turner about her latest creative endeavours.
At the tender age of 20, Luàna Bajrami is making her directorial debut at Cannes Film Festival’s with a heartfelt ode to youth: The Hill Where Lionesses Roar.
Emily Maskell meets writer-director Marley Morrison to discuss the intricacies of this Gen-Z lesbian summer romance.
Embodying a very different temperament to the conventional coming-of-age indie, Stop-Zemlia is a multi-layered portrait of Ukraine’s youth from writer-director Kateryna Gornostai.
Renate Reinsve is irresistible in Joachim Trier's exceptional and refreshing take on a well-worn genre, with shades of Frances Ha