Martin Scorsese is right about Marvel films – they aren’t cinema
The director’s comments might not have caused such outrage a few years ago, writes Caspar Salmon, but the critical establishment has since been shanghaied into considering this factory product as legitimate art
Marielle Heller: ‘I think about gender as more of a spectrum’
The acclaimed director of ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’ speaks to Adam White about Fred Rogers, identity politics, and why she refuses to suffer for her art
Why the Golden age of film musicals can never be recaptured
As the BFI hosts an epic film musical season across the UK, starting with the re-release of ‘Singin’ in the Rain’, Geoffrey Macnab looks back at how the older movies are reminders of an art and a perfectionism that have, at least partly, been lost
Why is ‘Irreversible’ being presented as a feminist film?
Gaspar Noé’s controversial 2002 feature has been re-edited and will be re-released next year. But in the wake of the #MeToo movement, asks Geoffrey Macnab, is revisiting such a film unconscionable?