Our Directors’ Poll voted Tokyo Story the Greatest Film of All Time. Thom Andersen explains why its maker is the greatest of directors.
Ahead of our Greatest Film of All Time poll, Michael Atkinson anatomises critics’ obsession with enshrining cinema’s ‘top ten’.
Antonioni’s L’avventura is now more inﬂuential than ever, argues Robert Koehler in the latest of our series on contenders for our Greatest Films of All Time poll.
In our series on contenders for our forthcoming Greatest Films of All Time poll, the renowned Spanish critic Miguel Marías finds himself falling once again for the fathomless mysteries of Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo.
Henry K. Miller excavates the mid-60s bookshop where by night the likes of Jeff Keen, Bruce Lacey and John Latham attempted to wreck the print word.
In the space of just over a decade, Christopher Nolan has shot from promising British indie director to undisputed master of a new brand of intelligent escapism. Joseph Bevan anatomises his body of work.