Five Things: The In The Heights triple threat opens up about his most treasured items that will never be flogged off at a car boot sale.
From Midsommar to Hereditary, A24 has been revitalising the horror genre over the past few years, with prestige projects that tap into our most basic fears. With the release of False Positive this Friday, the studio’s reign of terror over cinema shows no signs of slowing down.
From Indonesia to Hong Kong, Taiwan to Japan, writer James Balmont takes a look at the non-English language films contending for Best International Feature at this year's Oscars.
2020 in review: As Wonder Woman 1984 opens in cinemas – only the second major film this entire year – we ask: is the collapse of moviegoing all the fault of 007?
The Rio Tape/ Slide Archive is a new book documenting the rebellious spirit of east London's residents in the '80s, with photographs highlighting an age of poverty, racism and protest during the Thatcher years.
While movie theatres are suffering, Peak TV is climbing higher, reaching further – and reinventing itself as cinema. James Balmont breaks down the cult Japanese and Korean television shows you need to watch.