Brendan Fraser’s much touted comeback has seen standing ovations in Cannes – but how does the movie hold up?
Todd Field discusses his break from film, his work in advertising and the politics of Tár.
The Guardian’s film critic explores how Easy Rider became the movie of the sixties counterculture.
Darren Aronofsky opens up on his creative process, environmental work and his time with Brendan Fraser.
I met Oliver Stone for the first time when he came to London for the premiere of his film about US whistleblower Edward Snowden in 2016. We were introduced by my friend Max Arvelaiz, who in an earlier incarnation worked for the Venezuelan president Hugo Chàvez—and now works with Oliver. But I’ve been watching his… Continue reading Oliver Stone: “I don’t love dictators any more than you do. I don’t like bullies. I hate them.”
An icon for not only cinema but social causes, Jane Fonda has never backed down from a fight.
Damien Chazelle’s cinematic masterclass is the best blockbuster of the year to barely make any money at all.
Director Ali Abbasi captures Iran’s ‘Serial Killer Society’ in this gripping take on true-crime events.
Although somewhat predictable, M3gan’s GenZ take on the horror trope is sure to delight old and new fans.
Charlotte Wells’ debut is a quietly moving act of imaginative empathy.