The U.K.'s answer to the Film Independent Spirit Awards — lived up to their outsider roots with this morning's nominations announcement.
Though its tale of intergenerational psychological crises alternates between parallel, mutually predictable plotlines, set in 1989 and 2014 respectively, the film itself appears to have sprung…
Britain lost one of its longest-serving and most influential critical voices this morning, as Philip French, former chief film critic for The Observer, passed away aged 82. French’s death, caused by…
"The dead are alive" are the very first words printed onscreen in "Spectre," the 24th and far-from-last James Bond adventure.
There is much talk of dream worlds and celestial travel in "Light Years," an intimate, opalescent debut feature from British writer-director Esther May Campbell, yet it's supposedly everyday life…
One of the trickier tasks Vin Diesel's eponymous hero faces in "The Last Witch Hunter" is tracking a villain by his signature scent of "moldering crabapples" — a distinctive enough fragrance in its…
"Women in Film" wasn't the official theme of last night's London Film Festival awards dinner, but it may as well have been.
The very title "My Scientology Movie" suggests a juvenile goof-off on a serious subject. It could even be read as a dryly self-deprecating acknowledgment — as befits writer-presenter Louis Theroux's…
They'll be campaigned for supporting consideration for their leading roles in "The Danish Girl" and "Carol."
A rigorous sociology lesson without one iota of teacherly rhetoric, Maria Augusta Ramos' superb new documentary "Future June" instead counts on penetrating powers of perception to lay bare the…
"Who's zoomin' who?" asked Aretha Franklin in her 1985 hit of the same name — and while the song doesn't feature amid the film's cooler musical selections, it summarizes the key dramatic question of…