We surveyed our contributors for their favourite films and cinematic discoveries of the last 12 months.
Ben Flanagan looks back on the apex of British cuddliness.
Paddy Mulholland identifies Britishness in the films of Andrew Kötting.
Tom Atkinson laments the lost vision of Alan Clarke.
Kirsty Asher declares Ken Russell to be the last British folk hero.
Anna Devereux on the colonisation of Irish actors.
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Joseph Owen traces the genealogy of the yuppie in British cinema.
Cathy Brennan asserts just how it was that Toby Young and Julie Burchill lost friends and alienated people.