Al Capone’s relationship with the movies goes back a long way, writes Christopher Silvester

Woody Allen and the #MeToo mob

The director wanted to show things as they were – badly-led, no one wanting to fight or knowing what they were fighting for, says Christopher Silvester

In light of the Césars drama, Christopher Silvester considers crime and censorship in film appreciation

For a folk hero this Ned has zero contact with the ordinary Irish folk who will supposedly come to love him, says Christopher Silvester

Diverse casting of period adaptations is a risk worth taking

Bad jokes, no chemisty, lame action: the snoozathon that’s not woke enough

Stars of the stage are more likely to feature in the Honours list than the people who write their scripts