Christopher Robin review – honey-soaked sweetness

Reviewing the latest Disney live-action picture for Little White Lies.

Eighth Grade and the apex of excruciating adolescence

Pinpointing how Eighth Grade triumphs as a new kind of coming-of-age film for Birth.Movies.Death.

Carla Simón interview: “You have to forget the fact that it’s your story”

Speaking to the director of Summer 1993 about her autobiographical film for Sight & Sound.

Netflix’s Set It Up is not your average millennial rom-com

Explaining the sweet appeal of a more refreshing kind of Netflix film for Little White Lies.

Awareness & Insecurity: Jewish Identity in BlacKkKlansman

Understanding the personal contradictions of Spike Lee’s latest in Cannes for the Quietus.

The love stories from fresh voices in Cannes

Reflecting on the stories told and the people telling them in Cannes for the Quietus.

Climax review – Gaspar Noé’s dance demonic

Reviewing Gaspar Noé’s hallucinatory body-horror trip in Cannes for Sighth & Sound.