Somewhere along the line, we’re implicated

Sylvia Lawson reviews Once My Mother and A Most Wanted Man

20 Aug 14 | Comments (0)

His country, and ours

Sylvia Lawson reviews Charlie’s Country

30 Jul 14 | Comments (0)

Too much talked of sin, too little of virtue

Sylvia Lawson reviews Omar and Calvary

17 Jul 14 | Comments (0)

The spaces between the facts

Sylvia Lawson reports from the Sydney Film Festival

20 Jun 14 | Comments (0)

This is now, and the battles continue

Sylvia Lawson on the Sydney Film Festival, My Sweet Pepper Land and Ida

05 Jun 14 | Comments (1)

Not suitable for children

Helen Simpson’s Under Capricorn made a decades-long journey from novel to film to TV to DVD. Alfred Hitchcock’s version was a revealing stop-off along the way, writes Tanya Dalziell

30 May 14 | Comments (0)

Never believe the trailer

Sylvia Lawson looks at National Film and Sound Archive cuts and reviews The Grand Budapest Hotel and Healing

15 May 14 | Comments (3)

Heads or tails?

Does the future of entertainment lie with superstars or in the “long tail,” ask Jock Given and Marion McCutcheon

07 May 14 | Comments (3)