Latest contribution to the Hallowe’en Specials: Keith Braithwaite’s top trouser-soiling moment from cinema history features in The Who’s bonkers, mawkish rock opera TOMMY.
DUMBO plays on themes that are universally fear-inducing for children: isolation, bullying and embarrassment, writes Joe De-Vine.
Martin Scorsese’s art school short offers more than gore – it’s a Pandora’s box of blackly comic political satire. Hannah Clarkson reviews.
TAKE ONE writers pick the best and worst of the Bond films, in this Bond film special featuring films about Bond, James Bond.
Anthony Davis spoke to BFI curator William Fowler, who presented a collection of films by the British artist and eccentric, Bruce Lacey, at the Cambridge Film Festival this year.
The BFI London Film Festival kicks off today, Ed Frost takes a short look at what is in store until October 21st. Check in with TAKE ONE for reviews of films screening at the festival.
Ahead of the release of the English language version of PUSHER, Joe De-Vine takes a look at the career of the original’s director – Nicolas Winding Refn, a man “insistent on being heard as a distinct voice in cinema.”
Hannah Clarkson and Steve Williams offer opposing views on Rosi’s ILLUSTRIOUS CORPSES. Is the truth always revolutionary? There’s only one way to find out! Read on, and then let us know what you think.
Jim Ross speaks to Mat Whitecross, director of SEX & DRUGS & ROCK & ROLL, about his new film ASHES – the difficulties of making of the film, the performances of the cast, and Whitecross’ career to date.
Director Christophe Wagner was at the Cambridge Film Festival to show his new film, DOUDEGE WÉNKEL (BLIND SPOT) – Jim Ross spoke to him about the film and the film industry in Luxembourg, his native country.