“She’s trying to help mankind to be better,” says director Patty Jenkins on Gal Gadot’s turn in Wonder Woman 1984.
WW84 doesn’t pull its political punches, but the effect is less sophisticated than one might hope for.
Bassam Tariq’s feature debut Mogul Mowgli was co-written with star Riz Ahmed, drawing on their shared Pakistani heritage: “We’re cut from the same cloth.”
Spiderman takes on Midwestern Gothic in this seductive and horrific tale of sin.
“You can kill a freedom fighter but you can’t kill freedom”
Relive Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure in stunning 4K restoration from 10 August, and win a copy here plus a bundle of totally bodacious merch.
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The world’s longest running South Asian film festival outside India centres female directors and LGBTQ+ stories.
From superhero smash Wonder Woman 1984 to indie darling First Cow and horror hit Candyman, celebrate female-directed films this International Women’s Day.
Justin Kurzel blurs the line between fact and fiction in this impressionistic masterpiece.