Images shot on the island of Capri in 1948 give intriguing glimpses of a long-lost British film starring Phyllis Calvert and Michael Rennie.
Highlights from our exhibition of scripts, designs and costumes from the work of John Boorman.
Why cinema incorporating two projectors offers unique, expanded potential for the filmmaker.
To celebrate their 10th birthday, Warp Films commissioned graphic artist Pete McKee to design new posters for their back catalogue in his distinctive style.
Celebrating the endurance and ingenuity of soldiers in captivity, films about PoWs make for compelling cinema. We round up 10 of the best.
As Doctor Who at 50 continues with ‘The Robots of Death’, Kevin Lyons argues that – for some Who fans – The Doctor will always be Tom Baker.