31 Jan 20
Lead actor Song Kang Ho discusses his role as the the 'everyman pushed to the limit' in director Bong Joon Ho's cinematic masterpiece Parasite. Swinging between hilarity and horror, the film explores the widening gulf between the super-rich and the extreme poor and the devastation and humiliation wreaked by the inability to earn a living. Palme D'or winner and Best Picture nominee, Parasite is "a comedy without clowns and a tragedy without villains."
We speak to Director Taika Waititi on applying his unique world view in his latest film Jojo Rabbit.
As the year draws to a close, our annual staff poll results are in!
Your top 10 tips to help you enjoy your Membership benefits to the maximum.
In celebration of Black History Month, filmmaker Tristan Bejawn created a video series on identity inspired by Shola Amoo's film The Last Tree.
We talk to A Beautiful Day In The Neighbourhood director Marielle Haller.