31st December, 2020
"2020 is a year which has highlighted the deep importance of the moving image." MarBelle runs through the films that helped make a terrible year bearable.
30th December, 2020
Jeanie Finlay returns to DN to share her experiences of this unprecedented year, along with the 2020 features which left an indelible mark on her memory.
29th December, 2020
"2020 has provided us with a berth of films which have certainly kept us going." Sarah shares the cinematic ballast which kept her afloat during 2020.
28th December, 2020
"For a lot of us we turned to the screen for escapism and for me 2020 was somewhat of a golden year for features." Rob selects his favourite 2020 features.
27th December, 2020
From stunning debuts to veteran directors fully in command of their tone, Redmond argues that 2020's films have been far better than the year itself.
26th December, 2020
Each equally worthy of their place in his unranked list, Neil Fox celebrates a collection of 10 cinematic beacons which light up the darkness of 2020.
24th December, 2020
"Even in a year such as this, there is still an impressive amount of indelible cinema to gush over." James delivers his top ten feature films of 2020.
5th October, 2020
London Film Festival 2020 mixes big-hitting premieres with highlighting small British voices. Here's the essential preview to help plan your schedule.
2nd March, 2020
Ranging from dazzling animation to video game re-appropriations to unique cine-essays — here our some of our favourite films from Berlinale Shorts.
From 'First Cow' to 'The Woman Who Ran' to "Berlin Alexanderplatz' here are ten of our favourite films from this year's Berlinale.
4th February, 2020
Carlo Chatrian's first outing as the artistic head of the Berlin Film Festival comes with a lot of weight on his shoulders. Here's why we're excited.
2nd January, 2020
"These are the films which most quickly jumped to my lips when asked the question what have you been watching?" MarBelle shares his top ten films of 2019.
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