The films? Gritty, humanist, passionate, stark. The original posters? Bold, brash adventures in colour and visual drama.
Even after a lifetime’s viewing, there are still more film treasures to discover, as Geoff Andrew found with an unjustly neglected 1973 road movie.
Michael Winterbottom is one of the UK’s most prolific, yet difficult to pigeonhole film directors. As The Look of Love opens in cinemas, Ashley Clark offers five pathways into his work.
To mark World Book Night, here are some of our favourite images of the stars curling up with a good book.
Images shot on the island of Capri in 1948 give intriguing glimpses of a long-lost British film starring Phyllis Calvert and Michael Rennie.
Why cinema incorporating two projectors offers unique, expanded potential for the filmmaker.