Interactive cinema and the arts are at the forefront of research into brain-computer interaction.
March 30 officially marked one year to go before the Brexit clock strikes. How can the "leave" camp get out of this one? The classic 1969 heist movie 'The Italian Job' provides clues.
Not just period pieces, the 2017 films "Dunkirk" and "Darkest Hour" shed light on the intense Brexit debate, and raise important questions about Britain’s fundamental identity.
Livecasting in cinemas is only part of the solution in the struggle to attract larger and younger audiences.
Sound, color and special effects transformed the moviegoing experience. These inventions decidedly did not.
The new Black Panther film has a lot in common with medieval romance tales.
The British Academy Awards are a trial-run for the Oscars – but also a win-win situation for both US and British film producers.
Vladimir Nabokov merged writing and cinema, bringing the art forms together like no one before or since.
From the superb Moonlight to the exuberant Thor: Ragnarok, it has been a rather good year for film. Here's our take on the best (and the rest).
Why are there so few films about Northern Ireland's unionists?
This is what it's like going to the cinema when you can’t see the screen.
Just about everyone knows whodunnit. But there are other reasons to see a movie than just the plot.
From the good to the bad, to the downright scary.
The third in the Thor series, directed by New Zealand wunderkind Taika Waititi, is thoughtful, hilarious and looks magnificent.
What will the future of film look like?
Chaplin's 1940 film 'The Great Dictator' mocks Hitler’s absurdity and overweening vanity, while highlighting Germany's psychological captivity to a political fraud.
MIFF 2017 made good on its promise to explore new worlds, with timely films on American civil rights, Indigenous music, and queer activism. Here's our pick of the ones to see.
Apes on film once wore monkey suits but today's actors are drawing on techniques of method acting to bring complex, motion captured simian characters to life.
Alankrita Srivastava's feminist film has Indian censors in a tizzy.
At a festival intertwined with France's national identity, the tension of art, politics and commerce always looms.