The Best Films of 2017
One list. 20 films. Our writers determine the best films of the year.
Jungle director Greg McLean talks survival, profound storytelling and Daniel Radcliffe's physical transformation
The Australian director brings an incredible true story of survival to the screen.
Film Review: The Killing of a Sacred Deer @ London Film Festival 2017
Yorgos Lanthimos is back with another crazy and beautiful creation.
Film Review: Battle of the Sexes @ London Film Festival 2017
It just lacks that oomph.
Film Review: A Fantastic Woman @ London Film Festival 2017
We need more LGBT stories like this one.
Film Review: The Shape of Water @ London Film Festival 2017
Guillermo Del Toro's newest film is a sensory experience.
Film Review: Roller Dreams @ London Film Festival 2017
Under the fun and sun of Venice Beach skating are much deeper issues.
Director Stephen Frears discusses casting, location and values in his new film Victoria and Abdul
The British director spoke to the National Student ahead of the release of his latest film.
Film Review: Victoria and Abdul
The true story that has been unknown for years finally comes to light in this charming new film.
Ali Fazal talks playing real life characters, working with Judi Dench and his starring role in Victoria and Abdul
The actor stars as the unlikely companion of Queen Victoria in the upcoming release of Victoria and Abdul.
“We are 7 billion people on the planet. This is the century where we have to make it work” – an interview with Eddie Izzard
Eddie Izzard talks breaking class boundaries, love across a great divide, and the relevance of the Victoria and Abdul story today.
Film Review: It Stains the Sands Red @ FrightFest 2017
This zombie-flick is a tough watch for all the wrong reasons.
Director Doug Liman talks Tom Cruise, the 80s and American Made
The Edge of Tomorrow and Bourne Identity director brings a new level of enthusiasm to American Made.
Sydney Park talks teen horror, scary movies and her new film Wish Upon
The actress has featured in hit shows That's So Raven and The Walking Dead. Now she takes on horror in her latest film.
Are you brave enough to babysit Annabelle in this immersive horror experience?
This experience is not for the faint hearted.