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Just Do It, A Tale of Modern Day Outlaws, follows the lives of some of the UK’s most prolific environmental campaig
Gaspard Ulliel talks through his latest film, Princess of Montpensier, released today.
Nicolas Philibert est un cinéaste remarquable.
Live life in the fast lane with this season’s designer sportswear collaborations.
As the Green Lantern hits the silver screen we call on comic expert Peter Garriock.
This year’s Sheffield DocFest is a testament to the ongoing power and survival of the documentary film.
Tick, tick, tick…
KABOOM! is the bomb!
Georgia Hudson is the Camberwell arts college graduate making deeply affecting, mesmeric art-house movies.
The Mutants Are Back! – as teenagers with growing pains in Matthew Vaughn’s X Men: First Class.
Photography by Nick Knight
Ding ding! The fight for the Palme d’Or kicked off this week – for real.
David Altobelli is the hypnotic and understated moving image maker.
Winning the hearts of pirates, Astrid Bergès-Frisbey really is worth her weight in gold.
CANNES 2011: WELCOME TO THE MOVIES
Cannes has gone fully auteurmatic this year, with some of the biggest names in world cinema laying down their latest
First time director Katell Quillévéré talks through her beautiful film Love Like Poison.
Kirby’s artwork on Thor was astonishing – his best work appeared in this feature,
The one and only Pharrell Williams gives a comprehensive run down of his favourite 80s comedies.
Director Guillaume Canet the sexy Frenchman presents Little White Lies, starring mother of his child Marion Cotillard
Ultra Culture is the brainchild of eighteen-year-old Charlie Lyne, which he founded back in February 2008. The blog h
The love-child of Pip McKnight and Ian Francis, five-year-old Flatpack Festival qualifies as a proper pop-up.
From the black comic genius of My Son My Son, What Have Ye Done to the irreverent bizarreness of Bad Lieutenant Port