Britain’s already beleaguered cinema sector has been plunged into an existential crisis. It should be the moment for all those who love film to rally to the cinematic cause

Louis de Funès may be France’s most beloved actor. The choice tells us a lot about those who love him

Having stolen a Klimt masterpiece, the Nazis could only show it if they hid the Jewish identity of its subject

A new thriller set in late-Stalinist Soviet Union has alarmed Russian authorities

A psychologist and sex therapist wonders where E.L. James’s celebration of sadomasochism comes from and what it means for human relationships  

A pivotal moment in British movie history — and Bob Hoskins’s greatest performance

The surprising story of Britain’s first animated feature, Animal Farm

Arguments made by the feminist   critics of Gone Girl demonstrate the problem the Left has with language

Why is the pretentious Danish film maker and self-styled Nazi taken so seriously?

A new movie about the miners’ strike ignores the fact that it left Britain with nothing to feel good about