Cinema

Although overlooked at the Oscars, 120 BPM is, JASON SOLOMONS argues, one of the best films of the year

The history and legacy of slavery is what this popcorn-selling blockbuster both fights and mourns, says playwright, author and critic Bonnie Greer

The murder of Marion Crane, as she took a shower at the Bates Motel, was one of the turning points of the 20th century, argues CHRIS SULLIVAN

Never mind Hollywood, the greatest action movie of all time is a French classic. RICHARD LUCK looks back on a film that was ripped off by Spielberg and remade by William Friedkin

Our culture correspondent VIV GROSKOP profiles the greek director - described variously as part of film's 'Weird Wave' and the cinematic answer to Kafka - who Hollywood is taking to heart

Jean-Luc Godard's À bout de souffle crackled and pulsed like nothing ever seen on screen before. IAN WALKER on a film which reinvented cinema and became not just one of the 20th century's greatest films, but one of its greatest works of art

Between them, Juan Carlos Copes and María Nieves rescued a South American art form from an ignominious death - dancing first with love, then with hate – says CHRIS SULLIVAN. A new documentary tells the tortured story of the dance's greatest-ever partnership

Between them, Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe provided one of sport's greatest ever rivalries. But, as JASON SOLOMONS reports, a new film centred around their most famous clash is really all about unravelling the Swedish enigma

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