Geoffrey Macnab

Geoffrey Macnab is the author of several books on film

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The film directors who love to flirt with disaster

Film-makers shoot films in Fukushima and Chernobyl

Maria Alexandra Lungu and Agnese Graziani in ‘The Wonders’

The Wonders, film review: Family saga combines social comment with Fellini-esque humour

(15) Alice Rohrwacher, 109 mins. Starring: Maria Alexandra Lungu, Monica Bellucci
The documentary portrait takes us through Salgado's life story

The Salt Of The Earth, film review: Showcasing Sebastião Salgado's awe-inspiring work

(12A) Wim Wenders, Juliano Salgado, 109 mins
Wilko Johnson attending The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson premiere at The Picture House Central, London
Burghart Klaussner, Johann von Bülow and Christian Friedel in ‘13 Minutes’

13 Minutes, film review: A gripping interrogation of a close call for Hitler

(15) Oliver Hirschbiegel, 114 mins. Starring: Christian Friedel, Katharina Schüttler
Madeline (Natalie Martinez) and daughter Anna (Jaynee-Lynne Kinchen) flee with Young Damian (Ryan Reynolds) in psychological science fiction thriller Self/less

Self/less, film review: Sleekly shot sci-fi thriller loses its identity

(12A) Tarsem Singh, 117 mins. Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Matthew Goode, Ben Kingsley
James Franco, director Rupert Goold and Jonah Hill on the set of True Story

True Story, film review: First feature from theatre's Rupert Goold is an unfocused affair

(15) Rupert Goold, 99 mins. Starring: Jonah Hill, James Franco, Felicity Jones
All in the mind: Joy and Sadness, two of the emotions made human in 'Inside Out'

Inside Out, movie review: Pixar’s latest and boldest feature is going to be an instant classic

(U) Pete Docter, 102 mins, voices: Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Lewis Black

The Hateful Eight: Stunt woman turned actress Zoe Bell on Quentin Tarantino's new film, sexism and double standards in Hollywood

Zoe Bell plays Six Horse Judy in Tarantino's new Western, 'The Hateful Eight'

Oliver Hirschbiegel

Oliver Hirschbiegel on '13 Minutes', the Princess Diana film, and his Nazi mother

Oliver Hirschbiegel follows up his Oscar-nominated 'Downfall' with '13 Minutes', the tale of a failed assassination attempt on Hitler. The director tells Geoffrey Macnab about how his own mother became a fervent Nazi – and defends his much-derided last film, 'Diana'

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