Every two years, Venice becomes the centre of the contemporary art world. MostlyFilm’s intrepid art correspondent Ann Jones reports back from not one, but two, visits to this year’s exhibition.
Sarah Slade reviews the book in a box “S” – conceived by JJ Abrams and written by Douglas Dorst
This biographical drama about Walt Disney and P L Travers, directed by John Lee Hancock, is out on general release today. Emma Street detects more than a spoonful of sugar-coating.
A string of terrible production decisions has left America’s Next Top Model swinging in the wind, while its overseas clones seem – thus far – immune. Ricky Young risks The Wrath Of Tyra and investigates the sudden dearth of smizing.
F.W. Murnau’s classic “Nosferatu” has been playing in a new restoration in the BFI’s Gothic Season, and has now made its way to Blu-ray on Eureka’s Masters of Cinema imprint. Fiona Pleasance takes a look back at the daddy of horror movies.
This surreal science-fiction comedy is rich and strange, and the best film of the year, says Indy Datta.
It’s the second instalment of the Hunger Games franchise and everyone from the first film is back. Everyone who wasn’t brutally murdered, that is. Emma Street enjoys the scenery and wonders where it’s all going to end.
With John Lewis making actual headlines with its Christmas adverts, Mr Moth takes a look that is both wry and sideways at this season’s big television commercials.
Your next box set? Philip Concannon spends a weekend with Fassbinder’s epic television masterpiece.