Léa Seydoux: ‘When you’re in love, energy, desire, creation comes easy. Eros produces.’  Photograph:  Pascal Le Segretain/Getty

Léa Seydoux was going to Cannes. She was starring in four pictures at this year’s film festival and our interview was booked for noon on Saturday, pos(...)

Mouthpiece: Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava

It’s time to discover – or revisit – the films of Patricia Rozema. In an era when major studios are clamouring for more equitable representation, Roze(...)

50 scary films to watch at Halloween
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  • October 18, 2020, 06:00

No Halloween parties. No trick-or-treating. What else is there to do but scare ourselves silly watching some terrifying films? Below you’ll find 50(...)

Army of Shadows: Jean-Pierre Melville’s magnificent French Resistance classic is available on Mubi.

Almost exactly a decade ago, Netflix launched a service that offered one simple answer to one simple question. How do you get people to pay for video (...)

Robert Pattinson stars as Ephraim Winslow and Willem Dafoe stars as Thomas Wake in The Lighthouse (2019) Photo: Eric Chakeen/A24

Ahrr, maties! It’s mid-May at the Cannes film festival and the Mediterranean has put on a show for The Lighthouse. Robert Eggers’s briny follow-up to (...)

The Goop Lab: Gwyneth Paltrow stays at one remove, instead dispatching her minions to do the heavy lifting

I came late to Gwyneth Paltrow’s Netflix series, receiving the preview episodes just the night before their official release. Other journalists had be(...)

Robert Pattinson. Photograph: Ryan Pfluger/New York Times

When Robert Pattinson signed on to play the antagonistic dauphin of France in Netflix’s medieval epic The King, he knew it was a juicy role that would(...)

Nosferatu

At any random point in the last century, somebody, somewhere has been writing an article on “a new golden age for horror”. Meanwhile, somebody else wa(...)

 Even at the level of her complexion, the pale, red-haired Moll is out of step with her well-heeled island community.

Early in Michael Pearce’s fantastically promising debut feature, oddball heroine Moll Huntford (Jessie Buckley) tells us (in a dry voiceover that flag(...)

Jeremy Irons: “Actors were classed as rogues and vagabonds . . . I liked acting not because I liked acting, but because I liked the life.” Photograph: Theo Wargo/Getty Images

Jeremy Irons leans roguishly out the window of one of London’s swishest hotels and drags on his cigarillo. Aged 69, he’s the best-preserved 51-year-ol(...)

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