The idea that there are multiple universes and that it might be possible to “‘versejump” is surely one way of explaining the cinematic urge

“War is the original human state,” Russian directors seem to say

Real men have grit in their eye

It has fallen to Scorsese to rescue the reputation of Powell and Pressburger

Battling imposter syndrome in the brave new world

What to watch inform yourself about the rich Ukrainian cinematic tradition

Souvenir Part II offers no hope for British cinema

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