‘The Age of Innocence’ at 30 – Review

‘The Age of Innocence’ at 30 – Review

Thirty years on from the release of Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Age of Innocence’ (1993), the Edith Wharton adaptation deserves a spot among his most accomplished works. Review by Margaret Roarty.

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‘Vertigo’ at 65 – Review

‘Vertigo’ at 65 – Review

Alfred Hitchcock thriller ‘Vertigo’ (1958) is a perfect case study for how perception changes art. Now 65, it is Hitchcock’s greatest achievement. Review by Rob Jones.

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Cannes 2023: Glazer, Loach, Kore-eda, More Announced

Cannes 2023: Glazer, Loach, Kore-eda, More Announced

Jonathan Glazer is set to release his first film since 2013 at the 2023 Cannes International Film Festival. Full line-up of competition films and premieres here.

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The Closure of Edinburgh Filmhouse, Edinburgh International Film Festival: What It Means to Me

The Closure of Edinburgh Filmhouse, Edinburgh International Film Festival: What It Means to Me

The instant closures of Edinburgh Filmhouse and Edinburgh International Film Festival will have profound effects on wider culture, as explained in this personal essay from Mark Carnochan.

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Capturing Modernity: The Challenge of Portraying the Contemporary World

Capturing Modernity: The Challenge of Portraying the Contemporary World

For the first time in cinema history, the most prominent filmmakers of the day are retreating from portraying modern life. Why is this? And what effect does this have? Essay by Noah Sparkes.

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‘Trainspotting’ at 25 – Review

‘Trainspotting’ at 25 – Review

‘Trainspotting’ (1996) at 25 – Mark Carnochan’s review of Danny Boyle’s “small film from the small country that became one of the most famous films of all time”, starring Ewan McGregor.

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Breathless (1960) Review

Breathless (1960) Review

Director Jean-Luc Godard changed cinema forever with his debut feature film ‘Breathless’ (1960), and after 60 years it remains a must-watch for cineastes. Christopher Connor reviews.

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Adam McKay’s Next Film ‘Don’t Look Up’ Boasts All Star Cast

Adam McKay’s Next Film ‘Don’t Look Up’ Boasts All Star Cast

Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, Timothée Chalamet, Ariana Grande and more join Jennifer Lawrence and Cate Blanchett in new Netflix film from Adam McKay.

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Netflix Reveal Top 10 Most Streamed Original Movies

Netflix Reveal Top 10 Most Streamed Original Movies

The streaming juggernaut Netflix recently revealed some interesting statistics, including their most streamed original movies. See how they rank here. Report by George Taylor.

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