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    A film poster with an orange background and list of Tarantino's works in black and red.

    Review: ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’: The Good, The Bad...

    "Perhaps Tarantino will become a better novelist as time goes on, but there's a charm to how this book is a behind-the-scenes look at a story still in construction, full of blind alleys and experiments."

    Review – Zola

    Melding literary mystique with a sugary, hyper-digital aesthetic, Bravo plays within a territory of cinema yet to be charted.
    A cinema front, with the name written at the top is THE ULTIMATE PICTURE PALACE. There are two then pillars at the front, at between these two pillars in the ticket office. The cinema front is lit up.

    Return of the silver screens: Oxford indoor cinemas to reopen starting...

    "The vast majority of Oxford cinemas are planning to reopen today, Monday 17th May, after going dark for months since the last national lockdown began in December."

    Revisiting Godard’s ‘Breathless’ 60 years on

    'Godard gives us a film that shows the white knight as the charlatan we always knew him to be and offers us the anti-hero instead. And after decades of excessively moralistic cinema, this breath of fresh air was thoroughly needed.'

    Instead Of

    "I won't have to close my eyes to remember your smile."

    Cinema: The venue transcending the visual

    Maybe if I had known, I’d have stopped to take a picture. I’d have kept that ticket. Maybe if I'd known, I would have...

    Hopes for a Future Cinema: Less Lonely Women, More Little Women

    Cinema, just like all other industries, follows a trend. And right now, this trend is unmistakably associated with women – with celebrities wearing “Time’s...

    Netflix and Cannes

    Was the decision to ban Netflix from competing for awards at the Cannes Film Festival justified?

    Passion over party in Pasternak’s Russia

    Maria Minchenko marks the Russian Revolution centenary by casting her mind back to one of cinema's classics

    A sequel packed with character and heart

    "Director James Gunn has crafted one of the funniest and most genuinely moving Marvel films I can remember." Calum Bradshaw has his doubts hushed by Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2