Elisabeth Moss: The most expressive face in contemporary American cinema

It is interesting to ponder how the first third of this indecently exciting film would have played if the title had been something other than The Invi(...)

Elisabeth Moss: "The idea of using The Invisible Man as an analogy for gaslighting is so interesting." Photograph: Amanda Edwards/Getty Images

Unlike so many stars who failed to escape a career-making performance, Elisabeth Moss has hardly put a foot wrong since Mad Men – and her latest ro(...)

John Boorman at his home in Wickl;ow. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

In his new memoir, The film-maker reflects on family, putting down roots in wicklow and hollywood sex scandals John Boorman has always savoured (...)

Gaslight phantom: Claire Foy as Sawyer Valentini in  'Unsane'

The current move to shoot feature films on smartphones (one brand in particular) springs largely from a willingness to explore the possibilities of a (...)

Donald Trump. “Even in a profession famous for creative disingenuousness, the current US president has been cavalier with la vérité.” Photograph: Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images

Don’t worry. This is not another column about Donald Trump. But you’ve already spotted his name in it? You sense an argument involving the new preside(...)