"I could see the opportunity for new stories and dilemmas. There was stuff I wanted to write about" An interview with Cold Feet creator Mike Bullen
"There’s a difference to my parent’s generation. When they reached their fifties, they were “officially old”. They were set in their ways and life didn’t change. In this generation, the world is your oyster again. You can travel, start new careers, find new partners. I could see the opportunity for new stories and dilemmas. There was stuff I wanted to write about. During the period where the show was off air, I suffered a bout of depression. That was a story I wanted to tell in the rebooted series." Mike Bullen Interview
TDF Interview: Yann Demange
"Iranians living outside Iran do not like my film..."
A look at the dwindling acclaim of Tim Burton
The clock rewinds 22 years and takes us back to Verona Beach and a fresh-faced DiCaprio
What’s your damage?
Zoe concludes her Studio Ghibli retrospective in Part Two
Zoe examines the evolution of Studio Ghibli in the first of two features
A blood-soaked, stylish, and intense rollercoaster ride of a film that enthralls from start to finish. But it’s the spectacularly realised female perspective that makes Coralie Fargeat’s film truly fresh and exciting.