Mark Kermode reviews 2001: A Space Odyssey.
45 Years reviewed by Mark Kermode
Robbie Collin reviews A Gentle Creature.
The first film to get 14 Oscar nominations - Paul Gambaccini on the bitchiest movie ever.
Andrew Haigh talks about his film, 45 Years.
Boyd and Floyd review The Last Days on Mars
Mark Kermode reviews Burning.
Robbie Collin reviews Colour Out Of Space.
Henry Selick 3D animation based on the Neil Gaiman fantasy/horror novella.
Mark Kermode reviews Don’t Look Now.
The writer, producer and director of the 1950 film All About Eve on the movie business
A woman is forced to confront her past after meeting a friend of her estranged daughter.
Mark Kermode reviews Julieta.
The novelist Kamila Shamsie talks to John Wilson about the 1950 film starring Bette Davis
Marion Cotillard tells Kirsty Lang what it's like to watch herself back on the big screen.
Drama based on a short story by Irvine Welsh.
Sci-fi drama where robot boxing is a top sport, starring Hugh Jackman and Dakota Goyo.
Drama set during the Catholic/Protestant wars that tore France apart in the 16th century.
A man suspects he is a spy after a visit to a memory implant company goes wrong.
A man befriends a killer whale trainer for whom he must care after a horrific accident.
Sir Tom Courtenay speaks to Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode about his new film, 45 Years.
Mark Kermode reviews Stonehearst Asylum.
Mark's charmed by this popcorn version of sci-fi writer Philip K Dick's short story.
David Fincher's fantasy adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald's short story.
Adam Smith traces the birth and afterlife of Hemingway's explosive short story The Killers
Vienna-based correspondent Bethany Bell explores Graham Greene's time in postwar Vienna.
Christopher Frayling explores Stanley Kubrick's 1968 science fiction masterpiece.