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The woods have it in Sergei Loznitsa’s morally murky and blackly meditative World War II captivity drama, explains Hannah McGill.
Zooming back in on its main techno-man – and switching hands to a different cult writer-director 3 – the Marvel movie universe scores another irrespressible hit, reckons Kim Newman.
Demetrios Matheou discovers how cinema is finally putting down roots in the still-fledgling Central American nation.
Hollywood may be a boys’ playground, but women rule its reporting roles. A former Variety editor counts the doyennes of a remarkably equal-opportunity trade.
Bernardo Bertolucci’s long-awaited return to directing is a masterclass in shooting young people hiding out in a cellar – but has he narrowed his horizons too much, wonders Philip Kemp?
Now two weekends long, the insatiably eclectic Flatpack Festival continues to burst at the seams with discoveries from China to the Baltic (and Pangaia).