Beth Webb

In the face of coronavirus cancellation  – Eurovision has had one of its best years yet

No show? No problem – a Netflix movie and better-than-expected virtual contest have given Europop fans something to sing about

Maxine Peake reflects on playing Nico: “She was a woman of huge contradictions”

The 'Fanny Lye Deliver'd' star played the German singer, who was dropped from her record label for making racist remarks, in a play last year

‘Fanny Lye Deliver’d’ review: a feminist awakening in early modern Britain

Maxine Peake plays a downtrodden Puritan who slowly turns on the violent patriarchy

Ryan Murphy’s American success story: how the prolific producer became TV’s creative kingpin

Television's man of the moment is currently working on upwards of 10 different projects at once

‘Showgirls’ at 25: why Paul Verhoeven’s erotic flop is an integral part of queer cinema

Ridiculed upon release, this '90s erotic drama has slowly become a cult classic

Earl Cave: “I’d love to play Neil Young in a film”

Thanks largely to his first lead role in 'Days of the Bagnold Summer', the son of Nick and Susie Cave is having a breakout year

‘Snowpiercer’ star Annalise Basso: “My inspiration? Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lecter”

For her breakout role, the young star took notes from one of cinema's nastiest villains

Horror specialist Blumhouse has quietly become 2020’s most exciting film studio

With four (potentially) hit releases either side of lockdown, the scary movie factory may have stolen a march on its rivals
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