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Simon Farquhar remembers the principles of Christmas horror with its small-screen master, Lawrence Gordon Clark.
In a strong year for arthouse cinema, Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life is the clear winner of the S&S poll of international critics’ best films of 2011, says Nick James.
101 critics and curators remember their film highlights of the year.
This year’s Best Actress race inspires Nick James’s best clairvoyant impersonation.
Anton Bitel finds genres straight and tangled in this year’s London showcase of new Korean cinema.
Mark Cousins sees a running tussle between baroque culture and Bressonian art at Mexico’s foremost showcase of homegrown film.