Beth Webb

‘The Queen’s Gambit’ review: punked-up chess drama fails to deliver a checkmate move

A glamorous Anya Taylor-Joy doesn’t show the true cost of addiction

‘Pixie’ review: convoluted Irish crime caper that’s saved by its star

Olivia Cooke shines in the title role, but moments of dated lad humour fall flat

Why I’m grateful to David Byrne for forging connections with fans when it’s needed most

In praise of the Talking Heads’ frontman’s 'American Utopia' concert film

Netflix cancelled ‘GLOW’ because it only cares about new subscribers

The streamer has put a pearlescent pin in the all-female wrestling comedy's final season

In praise of the film industry: how creativity kept the lights on during its toughest summer yet

The future looks bleak, yes, but the scrappy way studios and filmmakers have kept us entertained deserves applause

What do the Oscars’ new diversity rules mean for cinema?

“We believe these inclusion standards will be a catalyst for long-lasting, essential change in our industry,” said the Academy

‘Young Wallander’ review: TV’s favourite Swedish sleuth gets a modern makeover

Netflix's rebooted detective series stars Adam Pålsson as the fresh-faced inspector

Are gender-neutral acting awards the right move?

Berlin International Film Festival has decided to axe its male and female prizes from 2021

‘Chemical Hearts’ review: high school lovers experiment with toxic teen romance

Despite 'Riverdale' star Lili Reinhart's best efforts, this cliche-ridden drama can't get past the outdated source material