Rhys Handley deconstructs the hopelessness of the Macmillan era in Billy Liar.
Anna Devereux examines cycles of violence in Chinatown and Twin Peaks: The Return.
Cathy Brennan uses Patricio Guzman's The Cordillera of Dreams to question the romantic myth of film festivals.
Amos Levin discusses his curated online season of African revolutionary cinema, Glory and Dignity.
Ben Flanagan connects the dots between a 1930s thriller and two present-day genre pieces on white supremacy.
Joseph Owen interrogates Carl Schmitt's fascination with The Passion of Joan of Arc.
Thomas Atkinson untangles 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi and its flurry of digital video.
Alonso Aguilar reminisces on the cinema as a physical space.