By Meredith Brody Among the glories of over a hundred years of British film: Alfred Hitchcock. David Lean. Noel Coward. Laurence Olivier. Michael Powell. Ealing comedies. The Red Shoes. The 39 Steps. The Man in the White Suit. Black Narcissus. The Third Man. Brief Encounter. Kind Hearts and Corone ... More >>
Tune in, turn on, say "fuck": This is the story of a man named Monkey and his very special Pirate Cat Radio
Breakfast out -- one of life's little luxuries and great pleasures
Film Reps List for 12-05-2001
The revolution will not be televised, or broadcast, or even relayed via smoke signals.
African films; The Fourth Dimension; Kurosawa Award
DVDs pull back the curtain on the movies, but do you really want to see the Wizard?
Digging for the genuine article at the Telluride Film Festival's 25th anniversary celebration
No secrets, no lies from Mike Leigh on his latest sensation
The Young Poisoner's Handbook is a love letter to the sordid misfits of Britain