❉ Few other films this year will leave a burn mark on you quite the way this one does, writes Nick Clement.
❉ It’s clear the extraordinary Dana Gillespie has lost none of her verve, writes Stuart Douglas.
❉ An appreciation of Malcolm Bradbury’s magnificent adaption of Tom Sharpe’s bawdy satire.
❉ Jon Dear on a triptych of silents capturing 1920s America on the cusp of the Great Depression.
❉ A blinding collection of work for a band most see as a one-hit wonder, writes Lee Terry.
❉ Neil Arthur returns, with characteristic bittersweet humour and relatability, writes Ange Chan.
❉ Doctor Who events at the BFI on London’s South Bank are back, back, BACK! Rob Fairclough reports from NFT1…
❉ Take a sneak peak of the cover art and contents of this brand new fully animated presentation of a lost classic.
❉ Beautifully written by Simon Guerrier, this is gripping listening from beginning to end.
❉ A terrific album, showcasing the early work of some of Jamaica’s biggest names, now with 46 bonus tracks many new to CD.