Nicolas Cage has been in over 100 productions. In his most recent films, he is showing some of the finest acting of his career.
Marie Antoinette has become a symbol of female profligacy made up of as much history as she is of modern film and art.
The film based on Walter Lord’s 1955 account is much more accurate than James Cameron’s epic.
The Marvel universe is expanding with new heroes in new films and shows that break new boundaries and tackle new genres.
Women in films are often damsels in distress. Psychology shows such representations can impact how people feel about violence and gender roles in real life.
No longer restricted to the best international feature film, foreign-language movies are nominated in several categories this year.
Mei’s family run a temple to their ancestors in Toronto, depicting a rich and important tradition in Chinese culture.
Representations of girls on screen have become much better over the years but there is still a vocal audience who would rather they be tame and demure.
A provocative short film about a woman and her dog, Bestia highlights the impunity enjoyed by Chile’s military and politicians
Many of Count Orlok’s characteristics have gone on to be canon in the lore of vampires.
The caped crusader is back in another dark outing that speaks to this cultural moment.
Paul Thomas Anderson is one of the most critically acclaimed directors of the 21st century with films like There Will Be Blood, Phantom Thread, and the new Oscar nominated Licorice Pizza.
A book that defies the usual mystery formula, Death on the Nile is more than just a clever tale about murder.
Andrea Arnold’s new film chronicles the daily strife of Luma – a dairy cow and mother.
Women were not really present during the signing of the Four Powers Agreement but they were at home in parliament. Film often demand sexy more sympathetic female characters
Archives are working had to document stories from Protestants, Catholics, Nationalists, Unionists and even the British Forces.
There was a real man behind the swashbuckling hero who was as deft at sparring with his pen and sword as Rostand’s hero.
Poitier dazzled Hollywood with on-screen grace and bankability. His dignified roles and respectable values forever changed the image of Blacks, then mostly portrayed as maids, buffoons or criminals.
They’re creepy, kooky and all together still a great film 30 years on.
Babylonians were quite formal in their written records, so working out how to be chatty in their long-dead language was an exciting challenge.