10/10 David Thomson considers cinema's future. Is the dream palace the place to dream anymore?
9/10 David Thomson explores flying in film, and how it merges with our desire to escape.
8/10 Critic and writer David Thomson goes in search of happiness on the big screen.
7/10 David Thomson looks at the cinema with the thrill of romance and a kiss as big as a house.
6/10 David Thomson continues his journey through cinema, and considers its spiral of carnage.
5/10 Continuing his journey through cinema, David Thomson meditates on time and memory.
4/10 Author and critic David Thomson delves into cinema's dubious love affair with death.
3/10 When Al Jolson sang for his 'mammy' in 1927, a new age of dreaming and illusion was born.
2/10 David Thomson explores the power of cinema. What is the special power of music and sound?
1/10 David Thomson explores how cinema has changed him and us. Do we need a map for the dark?