Every decade, the British Film Institute releases their 100 greatest films of all time. Here’s who made the cut.
It’s no surprise the unexplained structures have the internet buzzing. But they haven’t entered the ranks of other great conspiracy material — and history helps explain why they probably won’t.
In the lead-up to Nolan’s new film Tenet, Inception is being re-released in cinemas. Even after ten years, the movie still holds surprises..
The Trouble With Being Born has been withdrawn from Melbourne International Film Festival – but individual viewers should be able to decide what films they want to see.
Conspiracy theorists claim NASA used the Apollo special camera to stage the moon landings in a studio and then slowed down the footage to make it look like there was less gravity.
People are still wrestling with what artificial intelligence could and should do, half a century after the debut of the Kubrick-Clarke classic.
Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey broke all the rules of science fiction cinema, and allowed the audience to experience a uniquely philosophical film about the evolution of human consciousness.
Since Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece debuted in 1968, fictional stories of faulty or malevolent AI are legion. What have recent advances taught us and what might the future hold?
2001: A Space Odyssey’s sentient computer will only ever be a work of science fiction, says a cognitive neuroscientist.
For a man who was “not really a Jew”, Kubrick’s feature films are woven with Jewish references.