As his terrible new film Rules Don't Apply opens, we look at five things the writer/director/actor used to be better at.
How do you create a musical from the actual words of ordinary people who lived on the same street as a serial killer? And how do you then film it? Rufus Norris (director), Alecky Blythe (writer) and Adam Cork (composer) guide us.
Director Jeff Nichols and actor Joel Edgerton discuss the historic 1967 civil rights case, #OscarsSoWhite and being middle-class white guys talking about race
Randall Okita was determined to shoot in actual T.O. classrooms and cast non-acting teens for The Lockpicker, his film about bullying, stealing and depression
Well-made war story Hacksaw Ridge underplays its faith-based aspects
Film isn’t the best medium to capture a band’s power, but two docs this week still rock hard
Pressure to confirm to an ideal of black masculinity is huge
Fire At Sea director explains why Moore's "complain and explain" strategy couldn't work for a doc about refugees
Festival aims to empower First Nations cinema and to create real change
New executive director Gave Lindo wants to keep the conversation going long after this weekend's social justice-focused lineup of screenings
Brilliant newcomer Sasha Lane and Elvis's granddaughter, Riley Keough, talk feminism and ethnic diversity
Unless's iconic indie actor says it’s a lot like acting
Users and sex workers are grandfathers, grandmothers, poets, says Hugh Gibson about workers at Regent Park’s StreetHealth harm-reduction outreach project