Where to Start with Luis Buñuel - A guide on where to begin with the experimental and ever-influential filmmaking of Luis Buñuel, a collaborator of Salvador Dalí who always made films with purpose. Article by Mark Carnochan.
Where to Start with Charlie Chaplin - A silent era pioneer and perhaps the most influential person in Hollywood history, Charlie Chaplin's legacy is forever. Here's where to start with his cinema. Article by Joseph Wade.
Where to Start with Laurel & Hardy - As long as people keep watching Laurel and Hardy movies, there'll be no shortage of fans. Here's where to start with the films of the iconic duo. Article by Mark Carnochan.
Alfred Hitchcock, Cary Grant: Cinema’s Greatest Collaborations - Alfred Hitchcock and Cary Grant forged one of the filmmaking partnerships of the 20th century. These films best represent their everlasting legacy. Article by Kieran Judge.
Where to Start with Cary Grant - Cary Grant was a brilliant, versatile actor who was one of the greatest movie stars of all time. Here's where to begin with his decades of cinema. Article by Margaret Roarty.
Song Kang-ho: 3 Career-Defining Performances - The 3 career-defining performances of acclaimed South Korean actor Song Kang-ho, a frequent collaborator of Park Chan-wook and Bong Joon-ho. Article by Sam Sewell-Peterson.
Where to Start with The Coen Brothers - Where to begin with the work of Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, the multi-award winning filmmaking duo known as the Coen Brothers. Article by Martha Lane.
Jodie Foster: 3 Career-Defining Performances - The best and most defining performances of Jodie Foster's iconic, award-winning and decades-spanning acting career. Article by Connell Oberman.
Where to Start with Sam Raimi - Where should you begin with the feature directorial career of iconic horror and superhero filmmaker Sam Raimi? Find out in this article by Mark Carnochan.
Where to Start with Bela Lugosi - Where to start with the cinema of Bela Lugosi, the man who popularised modern interpretations of Dracula and transfixed us with his piercing eyes. Article by Kieran Judge.