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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.
Where to Start with Keanu Reeves - Where to start with the cinema of "the internet's boyfriend" Keanu Reeves, a beloved movie star for more than three decades. Article by Margaret Roarty.



Where to Start with Gus Van Sant - Gus Van Sant is hailed as one of the most significant filmmakers still working today, labelled an influential New Queer creator. Here's where to start. Article by Grace Britten.
Where to Start with Wong Kar-Wai - Wong Kar-Wai is one of the most instantly recognisable filmmakers to come out of East Asia, and has had a profound impact on global cinema. Here's where to start. Guide by Sam Sewell-Peterson.
Where to Start with Sidney Lumet - Sidney Lumet was one of American cinema's most prolific and celebrated filmmakers, an actor's director. Here is where to start with Sidney Lumet. Article by Margaret Roarty.
Where to Start with Lucio Fulci - Where to start with the iconic filmography of horror extraordinaire and giallo specialist Lucio Fulci, the filmmaker behind films such as 'City of the Living Dead'. Article by Grace Britten.
Where to Start with Orson Welles - Orson Welles was hailed a filmmaking genius from the beginning of his career and had one of Hollywood's most interesting careers. This is a guide on Where to Start with Orson Welles. By George Taylor.
Where to Start with Quentin Tarantino - Hailed as one of the most influential directors of his generation, Quentin Tarantino's films are often controversial and always brilliant. Here's where to start. Article by Emily Nighman.
Where to Start with Michael Haneke - Michael Haneke has crafted a canon of cinema that traverses the darkest depths of the human psyche. Here's where to start with Michael Haneke's oeuvre. By Grace Britten.