Christopher Silvester on two extraordinary films from Eastern Europe shown at the London Film Festival

The formidably long run-time of Dune leaves viewers with little world-building and a lack of colour

Christopher Silvester on a war movie with no rousing patriotic music or violence, but nevertheless filled with unexpected delights and discoveries

It’s time to let the man who saved the world, and the cinema, rest in peace.

The home of mid-budgeted literate films aimed at adults is no longer at the cinema

Expelled from the Labour party, Loach can once again present himself as a rebel

To get a handle on African cinema, watch Mandabi

Is this 1991 blockbuster an underrated masterpiece or kitsch nonsense?

What does Amazon’s purchase of MGM mean for cinema?

Director Betrand Tavernier was able to admire both blacklisted directors and those who named names