The British director sits down with A Rabbit's Foot to discuss her beguiling new feature Saltburn, a film about the perils of class and desire. "The question I wanted to pose was: How do you get what you want out of something that will never want you back?"
La Dolce Vita is Fellini’s masterpiece, and perhaps the most famous Italian film of all time. In his essay, Jonathan Romney looks at the movie’s prestige over time, as well as the addictively glamorous world it depicts.
The past is forever, but the future of cinema and the arts remains one of optimism and fantasy. As the world changes — as unexplored subjects are brought closer to the lens — filmmakers, actors, and creatives in France are emerging with perspectives that have the power to change their society. This is their manifesto. Their J’Accuse; a call to arms, a rousing spark for their beloved metiers.