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Where to Start with Jean-Luc Godard - Where to start with the cinema of Jean-Luc Godard, one of the fathers of the French New Wave and one of cinema's most radical and true artists. Article by George Taylor.
Rian Johnson Movies Ranked - Which Rian Johnson film is the best? All 5 feature films directed by Rian Johnson, from 'Brick' to 'Knives Out' via 'Looper' and 'The Last Jedi' ranked. List by Sam Sewell-Peterson.
Vitaly Mansky’s Two Gorbachevs - Vitaly Mansky used Hollywood's reboot formula to delve into the mind and legacy of Mikhail Gorbachev, the final Soviet leader, across two distinct eras. Essay by Ben Stoll.
Don’t Worry Darling (2022) Review - Behind the scenes controversy surrounds the release of Olivia Wilde's 'Don't Worry Darling' (2022) starring Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, a film that squanders its potential. Review by Kieran Judge.
10 Best Lindsay Lohan Performances - Lindsay Lohan's 10 best movie performances, from her early career work on 'The Parent Trap' to later TV-movie offerings like 'Liz & Dick'. List by Jacob Davis.
‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ at 10 – Review - Ten years on from its release, Stephen Chbosky's film adaptation of his own novel 'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' still offers a warm embrace. Review by Kae M.
Kintsugi (2022) Short Film Review - 'Kintsugi' is "a beautiful little original animation" from Sugar Animation Studios and director Cleto Acosta-McKillop, "a wonderful creation". Short film review by Kieran Judge.
Scream Movies Ranked - 'Scream' movies ranked from worst to best, from the original 1996 slasher to 2022 reboot 'Scream' via Wes Craven's final film 'Scream 4' (2011). List by Mark Carnochan.



10 Unsung Women Filmmakers of the Silent Era - It's a well-kept secret that women were writing, editing, directing, and producing movies as early as the late 19th century. These are the unsung heroes of the silent era. Article by Cynthia Scott.
Bodies Bodies Bodies (2022) Review - Halina Reijn makes a name for herself amongst the horror-comedy fanbase with 'Bodies Bodies Bodies' (2022), a pointed and funny Gen Z fable. Review by Morgan Barr.