Big Bad Wolves director Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado discuss being Israels’ first genre filmmakers, and helping to kickstart a creative revolution
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Insidious 2 proves ‘ far bolder and more ingenious than your average sequel,’ says Anton Bitel
Its ‘disorienting, dreamlike quality is one of the key pleasures (and frustrations) of Upstream Colour,’ says Anton Bitel
‘Full of black humour,’ You’re Next is ‘deep-piercing social satire,’ says Anton Bitel
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Anton Bitel’s visit to the set of Sacha Bennett’s neo-noir caper Get Lucky one frosty morning revealed the awful conditions in which filmmakers sometimes have to…
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The Fallow Field is ‘a genuine high point for ultra-low budget British horror’ says Anton Bitel
Anton Bitel assesses Japanese director Yasujirō Ozu’s Melodramas Collection – Woman of Tokyo (1933), Early Spring (1957) and Tokyo Twilight (1957).
As big-budget action extravaganza Battleship blasts into cinemas, the film’s producer Sarah Aubrey tells us why she loves the challenge of working on such masculine fare.