The Godfather starred Marlon Brando in his most iconic role.
Considered one of the greatest films of all time, Francis Ford Coppola’s sweeping epic is back on the big screen for its big birthday.
Francis Ford Coppola’s story of warring Mafia families is truly a story of the changing moral, cultural and social fabric of the United States.
The Village People’s Glenn Hughes (second from left) epitomised the leatherman look.
Leathermen expose the myth of hypermasculinity by refusing the violence and aggression which is normally attached to it.
Maria Schneider and Marlon Brando in a scene from Last Tango in Paris.
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Revelations of sexual abuse in the making of Last Tango in Paris give the film ‘the air of a snuff piece’. Film scholars must reassess the work – there is no place for revering artistic achievement over human suffering.
Watkins on the set of his last film, La Commune (1871)
Peter Watkins may not be a household name, but The Hunger Games, John Lennon’s Imagine and the Bourne films would be very different without him.