Terence Stamp

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Anya Taylor-Joy plays Sandie, an aspiring club singer, in Edgar Wright's Last Night in Soho

It takes a while for Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho – a film that bumps to Earth as often as it takes flight – to confirm how it will deviate from (...)

Matt Smith stars as Jack in Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho. Photograph: Parisa Taghizadeh/Focus Features

My interview with Matt Smith is – not that you care – the first I have done in person since the walls came down in the spring of 2020. “Really? For T(...)

Oh, Rob

When I was young, people didn’t really talk about sexual matters with their parents. The exactly three times my parents had sex in order to conceive m(...)

Nicolas Roeg: formulated a singular film language – contorted narrative, awry angles, jarring edits – which  influenced many. Photograph: Ian West/PA

“I think I scratched surfaces that people would prefer were left alone,” Nicolas Roeg told The Irish Times a decade ago. “But all any of us has is thi(...)

Despite being caught up in the events of 1968, the Cannes film festival has announced no official acknowledgement of this year’s 50th anniversary

Fifty years ago this month, Peter Lennon, the late Irish journalist and film-maker, did something very brave. He shouted back at Jean-Luc Godard. Len(...)

They’ve killed the Czar. Hooray!  Terence Stamp in Bitter Harvest

Oh my word. They don’t make properly terrible films on this sort of scale anymore. Encountering this epic monstrosity in the cinema is like coming acr(...)

The paintings (and subsequent merchandise) were sold under the name Walter Keane, but were, in fact, produced by his wife, Margaret. This swin(...)

Girl united: Maisie Williams and David Wilmot in Gold

Niall Heery belatedly follows up Small Engine Repair, his 2006 mumblecore critical hit, with a slightly less off-centre comedy that makes imaginati(...)

To refer to this mid-budget, globe-trotting caper as derivative is a little like describing Siberia as somewhat large and occasionally nippy. It reeks(...)

Is it too soon after Take Shelter – our very favourite film of 2011 – to go running back to Michael Shannon for another interview? Hell, no. Around th(...)